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8:42 AM EST on February 4, 2013

    • Villaraigosa: I Won't Be Your Next Transportation Secretary (HuffPoPolitico)
    • Roundup of Reactions to LaHood's Resignation (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Romney Environmental Advisor Gina McCarthy Could Be the Next EPA Administrator (WaPo)
    • Rep. Shuster Reiterates Willingness to Find a Solution to Transpo Funding Crisis (Transport Topics)
    • ...Will He Find the $15B Extra Needed to Maintain Infrastructure; $50B More to Improve It? (Press Herald)
    • Two Charts to Make the Case for More Infrastructure Spending (ThinkProgress)
    • Read This: One Bicycling Advocate Draws Inspiration From MLK's Legacy (Grist/Bicycle Alliance)
    • Even in a Context Divorced From Reality, People Irrationally Prefer Cars to Transit (Atlantic Cities)
    • Washington DOT in a "Continual" State of Downsizing, Layoffs, and Project Deferral (KIMA-TV)
    • Rail Dreams Flourish in the Heartland (Wichita Eagle, Gazette)

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