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8:45 AM EDT on May 2, 2012

    • AP Optimistically Says the Transpo Bill Is in the Home Stretch
    • Transportation Bill in the Lame Duck? Unlikely. (Transportation Issues Daily)
    • National Security Expert and Veteran Says Keystone Pipeline Is a Bad Bet (Hill)
    • Rep. Dennis Kucinich on How to Raise Infrastructure Dollars: Just Print More Money (HuffPo)
    • Congressional Parliamentarians Suggest Ways to Make Washington Work Better (WaPo)
    • Pay to Maintain Roads or Pay $324 Bill to Let The Road Shred Your Car (Bloomberg)
    • Sprawl-Loving WSJ Acknowledges the Beauty of Transit-Oriented Development (Plus Video)
    • What Florida Seniors Do When They Can't Drive Anymore (Transportation Nation)
    • LaHood: Why I Ride (Bike League)
    • From CycloFemme to Ride of Silence: The Calendar For a Busy Bike Month (Bike League)
    • Show Your Love For Pedestrian Protectors on Crossing Guard Appreciation Day (My Suburban Life)

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