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8:48 AM EST on February 26, 2013

    • VA Transpo Plan Passage Could Inspire MD to Approve a Very Different Plan (WaPo)
    • Gov. McDonnell Already Saying He'll "Review" Fee on Alternative Fuel Cars (WaPo)
    • Is President Obama All Talk When It Comes to Infrastructure? (Governing)
    • Sen. Franken Wants More Competition in Freight Rail (The Hill)
    • Almost 60% of NY-NJ-CT Region's Ped Fatalities Happen on High-Speed Arterials (TSTC)
    • Oregon House Approves Columbia River Crossing (Bike Portland)
    • A Section of Robert Moses Parkway to Come Down in Niagara Falls (Next City)
    • Opening the Streets to Children Means Closing Them to Cars (Atlantic Cities)
    • Renting Your Car Out to Others Takes 14 Vehicles Off the Road (Treehugger)
    • The Most Important Urban Design Decision is a Transportation Decision (Planetizen)
    • The Fatal Flaw of Regional Transit Authorities That Span Jurisdictions (Human Transit)

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