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8:57 AM EST on November 29, 2012

    • Governing Asks Six Transportation Policy Questions for 2013
    • Shuster Sees Compromise for Amtrak Funding (The Hill), and Won't Rule Out Gas Tax (Bloomberg)
    • Future Amtrak Will Be "More Like a Business and Less Like a Government Agency" (USA Today)
    • EPA Honors Seven Smart Growth Projects (Switchboard)
    • More on Why States Aren't Using Flex Funds for Transit (Atlantic Cities)
    • Grist Excerpts Chapter 2 of "Carbon Zero"
    • Should Silicon Valley Extend Light Rail Despite Projected Low Ridership? (Mercury News)
    • Funding Shifts Help Pittsburgh Transit (AP)
    • Should the D.C. Area Spend Billions to Accommodate Sprawl? (WAMU)

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