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8:42 AM EDT on May 17, 2012

    • Transportation Doesn't Make Obama's Short To-Do List (Trans Issues Daily)
    • Boxer: Transportation Conference "Past the Organizational Stage" (The Hill)
    • Bike Advocates Activate Campaign to Keep Cardin-Cochran Amendment (Bike Portland)
    • Sources Say GOP Ready to Bend on Keystone (It's Good Election Fodder) (The Hill)
    • Foreign Nails May Screw Up Buy America Requirements (Salt Lake Tribune)
    • The Oil and Gas Industry Wish List (WaPo)
    • Counterproductive Budget Scenario Pits Public Servants Against Light Rail (Virginian-Pilot)
    • More Highway Building Dooms Dallas' Transit System to Low Ridership (Transport Politic)
    • DC Area Proves Transportation Choices Allow For Density Without Congestion (WaPo)
    • Smart Phones Create Private Bubbles in Public Places (Atlantic Cities)

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