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9:50 AM EDT on April 27, 2012

    • Now That 38 States Have Distracted Driving Bans, Is It Time For a Federal Law? (Chicago Tribune)
    • "125 MPH Rail or Bust," Says Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers (The Hill)
    • Congressman: No Transit Construction Without Minority Jobs (Chicago Sun-Times)
    • In Georgia, DOT Chief Job Is a Political Favor, Not a Merit-Based Appointment (AJC)
    • L.A. Ensures That New Transit Creates U.S. Manufacturing Jobs (Brookings)
    • A Louisville Swimming Pool Gets Transportation Infrastructure Right (Broken Sidewalk)
    • Straphanger Author's 7 Reasons Not to Own a Car (HuffPo)
    • Wal-Mart Plans Six Stores in D.C., Only Three With "Urban" Design (GGW)
    • Journal of Transport and Land Use's Special Issue on Value Capture
    • How to Fight Congestion (Since Road Widening Doesn't Work) (Ottawa Citizen)
    • Holding Drivers Accountable For the Damage They Cause, A La 1923 (Atlantic Cities)

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