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9:10 AM EDT on March 13, 2013

    • LaHood: Transit's Breaking Records, But There's "More Work to Do" (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • With White House Ambitions, O'Malley Takes Gamble With Gas Tax (BuzzFeed)
    • WaPo: Time to Stop Tinkering With Virginia Transpo Bill
    • NJ Transit Will Be Just About Back to Pre-Sandy Service By March 24 (Asbury Park Press)
    • Despite Records, Some Transit Systems See Declines (Tri-City Herald)
    • Nevada Lawmakers Defend Private Train's Need for Federal Cash (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
    • Urbanism Prof: D.C.'s Parking Plan is "Forward Thinking" (WAMU)
    • Vermont House Comes Up with New Gas Tax Structure (VPR)
    • What That Dream High-Speed Rail Map Would Mean for Pennsylvania (Morning Call)
    • Bike Portland Photo Essay: D.C. Cycles

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