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8:58 AM EDT on October 11, 2012

    • Mica Points Finger at Dems for Failing Transpo Workers (The Hill)
    • Georgia Moves on to Plan B After T-SPLOST Debacle (AJC)
    • The Short-Term Benefit of the California Bullet Train: Jobs (Press-Enterprise)
    • Chicago Area Plays "Three-Dimensional Chess" With Transit Funds (Tribune)
    • New Jersey Dems Tout Amtrak's Record Numbers (The Hill)
    • DC Metro Unveils Spiffy New Rail Cars (WJLA)
    • Massachusetts Governor Gets Serious About Commuter Rail for South Coast
    • Inquirer: Don't Cut Back on Amtrak Keystone
    • Tampa Looks Into Bike-Sharing (TBO)
    • "Dorky" New Bike Map Aims for Safer Cycling in Indianapolis (Fox 59)
    • London: Take Bikes Off the Roads, Put Them in the Sky (Evening Standard)

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