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8:49 AM EDT on May 1, 2012

    • Obama: Transportation Used to Be the "Easiest Bill to Pass in Washington" (Hill, Hill)
    • Obama Gets Reagan Wrong on Infrastructure (Examiner)
    • Loving Your Cell Phone Could Be Fatal (Atlantic)
    • Young People Tell Transportation Nation Why They're Driving Less
    • CA Utilities That Caused 2001 Brownout Crisis Could Buy the State EV Stations (LAT)
    • Good News For Rail? 2011 Was the Most Expensive Year to Fly Ever (Transportation Nation)
    • Too Many Constituencies Make Metropolitan Planning Orgs Ineffective (Atlantic Cities)
    • Mythbusting the Suburbs: Yes, There Are Poor People. No, Not Everybody Drives (Arch Daily)
    • How Did Cars Get the Monopoly On Sexiness? Transit Can Be Fun, Joyous, and -- Yes -- Sexy (Grist)
    • Whittier Daily News Editorial: Make Bike Lanes More Like Freeways
    • Bike-Share Users Don't Wear Helmets (
    • AAA in Oregon and Idaho Now Includes Roadside Bike Maintenance in Basic Package (KTVZ)

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