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Today’s Headlines

8:46 AM EDT on March 12, 2013

    • No New Transpo Secretary Yet, But the Buzz Is Still All About Deborah Hersman (WaPo)
    • Buy America Fight Returns to Congress (National Journal)
    • Behind the Veil at U.S. DOT: A Tour for Bike Advocates (Bike Portland)
    • Here's an Idea: Rake in Transpo Revenues and Bankrupt Everything Else (
    • With the Feds Out of the Picture, Would Texas Have More Transit? (Chronicle, Atlantic Cities)
    • Pittsburgh Announces Bike-Share (The Republic)
    • Ohio Transportation Plan Raises Speed Limit, Freezes Toll Rates (Toledo Blade)
    • Bring on the Transit in North Carolina, If By "Transit" You Mean "Roads" (Herald-Sun)
    • Calgary's Struggle With Infill Development Mandates and Transit (Calgary Herald)
    • Would a Bicycle Tax to Pay for Bicycle Infrastructure Be Such a Bad Thing? (LAT)
    • ... Or Would Drivers Volunteer to Pay for Bike Projects? (Bike Portland)

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