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9:18 AM EDT on May 16, 2012

    • In Transpo Conference Committee, All Eyes on the Kids in the Back of the Room (Fox News)
    • More Signs That Builders and Developers Are Reversing 60 Years of Sprawl (USA Today)
    • Congress Ponders Elimination of Bicycle Commuting Census Info (LAB)
    • Think Gas Is Expensive? Think Again (HuffPo)
    • U.S. DOT Awards $5.1 Million Bus Rapid Transit Grant to Reno, NV (FoxReno)
    • Another Congressman Joins Fight to Restore Parking-Transit Tax Break Parity (NECN)
    • Orlando-to-Miami Private Passenger Rail Study Expected Within a Month (Sentinel)
    • NRDC's Rob Perks Shows Us That Even When We Don't Pay for Transpo, We All Pay
    • Last Night Was the Ride of Silence, Founded by Chris Phelan to Prevent Tragedy

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