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8:42 AM EDT on April 23, 2012

    • White House Slams Inclusion of Keystone Amendment to Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Former U.S. DOT Chiefs: Leaders Need a Mandate From the Public to Invest in Transportation (Politico)
    • Private High-Speed Rail is a Reality in Italy (
    • Private Sector Wants to Help Pay For Infrastructure -- As Soon As Bill Passes (Chicago Tribune)
    • Dulles Metro Plans Could Go Up in Smoke, All Eyes On Loudon County (WaPoWaPo)
    • Survey: More Than Half of Houstonians Want Walkability, Transit More Than Big Houses (Chron)
    • Is the New Urbanism the Kingdom of God? (ENS) Blessed Be the Bikes (KVUE)
    • Can Technology End Traffic Jams? (PCWorld)
    • Straphanger: A Global Transit Manifesto (Or Travelogue) (Winnipeg Free Press, Montreal Gazette)
    • Is Your Favorite Song About Trains On This List? (Poughkeepsie Journal)
    • A Comprehensive Guide to Bike Accessories For Kids (GGW)

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