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8:39 AM EST on December 3, 2012

    • Here's Another Obama Infrastructure Proposal For Republicans to Shoot Down (TID)
    • In Pedestrian Crash Deaths, Blame Belongs to Street Design (WaPo/GGW)
    • AFL-CIO's Wytkind Hopes Shuster Will Soften His Stance on Amtrak (The Hill)
    • Over 2.4 Million Pounds of CO2 Per Second -- We're Looking at You, China (AP)
    • Private Infrastructure Investors Look to the U.S. (Reuters)
    • Gov. Snyder Could End Decades of Angst and Inaction on Regional Transit in Detroit (Freep)
    • Washington Post Weighs In In Favor of Virginia's Gas Tax Proposal
    • Boston Bike-Share System Looks to Winterize -- But Not in Time For This Year (Globe)
    • How Many More Sons and Daughters Will Indianapolis Lose to Transit-Rich Cities? (Star)
    • Even Enviros Have Turned Against France-Italy High-Speed Rail Link (AFP)

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