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8:56 AM EST on February 11, 2013

    • Obama to Push For Infrastructure Money in State of the Union (WaPo)
    • Jennifer Granholm Dismisses Talk of DOT Nomination (The Hill)
    • Breitbart Goes After DOT Secretary Frontrunner Deborah Hersman For Conflict of Interest
    • PA Gov. Corbett Finally Announces Transpo Funding Plan, Gas Tax Hike (WETM)
    • Sports Teams Stranded by Nemo Turn to Train Travel to Get Them Home Safe (Newsday)
    • Why the U.S. Shale Oil "Boom" Doesn't Change the Reality of Peak Oil (Slate)
    • Would Greater State Transpo Authority Produce Greener Policies? (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Turns Out Pierce County Residents Really Do Want Weekend Transit Service (News Tribune)
    • Rising Gas Prices Expected to Double Demand for Transit -- in Indiana (WTHITV)
    • To Reduce Bike Crashes, Teach Cab Drivers to Watch For the Moonwalking Bear (KALW)

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