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8:44 AM EDT on May 14, 2012

    • What Is Really Happening Behind Conference Committee's Closed Doors? (Trans Issues Daily)
    • Obama Administration Needs to Show More Leadership on Transportation (Politico)
    • What Does the Transportation Bill Mean For Truckers? (Bismarck Tribune)
    • Can CA High-Speed Rail Be Built Fast Enough to Avoid Risking Federal Dollars? (LAT, NBC)
    • HSR: CA vs. NEC (Politico)
    • Governors Want Transpo Bill to Preserve "Stability" and "Flexibility" (Trans Issues Daily)
    • 560,000 Americans With Disabilities Never Leave Home Because of Bad Transportation Options (Good)
    • Increase Density But Save the Low-Rise Cityscape (Crosscut)
    • Oregon Moves Closer to VMT Fee (Republic)
    • NPR Quotes Ken Orski Foretelling Doom For High-Speed Rail
    • House Voted to Kill the Nationwide Survey That Tracks Commuter Habits (NYT)

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