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Today’s Headlines

9:09 AM EDT on May 31, 2012

    • Walkable Neighborhoods Shouldn't Be Reserved For Top Earners (Good)
    • State-Local Power Struggles as Intense as Ever (AtlanticCities)
    • Oregon Report Proposes Bicycle User Fee to Generate Revenue for Transpo (BikePortland)
    • After 100 Years in Erie, GE Transportation Will Move Headquarters to Chicago (Tribune)
    • Transit Cuts Hit Poor, Elderly Riders Hardest in Upstate New York (Next American City)
    • WashCycle Pokes Holes in The Washington Times' Off-the-Mark Bikeshare Critique
    • Smart Growth for Conservatives, by a Conservative for Smart Growth (Bacon's Rebellion)
    • In Alabama, Passenger Rail Feasibility Study Rolls On (Advertiser)
    • Sacramento Embarks on 3-Week On-Street Bike Parking Experiment (Bee)

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