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Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM EST on November 20, 2012

    • The Fiscal Cliff Could Lead to a Recession That Would Reduce VMT, Transpo Use (Reuters)
    • Fiscal Cliff Tax Overhaul Should Include Blumenauer's Commuter Tax Reform (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Election Fallout: Could Sen. Barbara Boxer Leave the EPW Committee Chair? (Bike League)
    • Politicians Fiddle While the Planet Burns 4 Degrees Hotter (Salon)
    • Bud Wright to Lead AASHTO After a Long Career of Building Highways
    • Congress Reads Silver Line Bosses the Riot Act For Corrupt Practices (Transpo Nation)
    • VA Gov. McDonnell Considers Plan to Index Gas Tax to Inflation (
    • Kaid Benfield Speaks His Mind in Support of DC Height Restrictions (Atlantic Cities)
    • DC Proposes Paying For Lower Speeding Tickets By Cutting Affordable Housing (GGW)
    • With Pro-Rail Mayor Elected, Honolulu Receives $1.55B in Federal Money For Transit Line (KHON2)
    • Slower Recovery NJ Transit's Fault? (Transpo Nation)
    • Smart Growth Is For the Birds (

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