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Today’s Headlines

8:44 AM EDT on April 20, 2012

    • Bike/Ped Survives House's "Dirty" Extension (Bike League)
    • Who Will Blink on the Keystone Amendment? (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • HSR Not an Effective Use of California's Climate Change Mitigation Dollars (WaPo)
    • Emanuel: No More Dickering on Infrastructure Trust (Chicago Sun-Times, HuffPo)
    • Outrageously Wrong: County Supe Calls Transit Sales Tax "Gang Rape" (LAT)
    • Combustion Emissions Kill 19,000 Prematurely in UK (Treehugger)
    • Transit Worker Gets Punished For Good Deed: Giving Unused Tickets to Needy Kid (SacBee)
    • The Catch-22 That Happens When Cities Choose Bikes (Treehugger)
    • Yellowstone Sans Traffic: Bike-Only Season in America's Most Unique Landscape (Billings Gazette)
    • Dense New Jersey's Anti-Density Zoning Laws Impact Education Equity (TNR)
    • A Detailed Study of How Cycletracks Affected Bike and Car Traffic in D.C. (GGW)

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