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Today’s Headlines

9:07 AM EDT on March 20, 2013

    • Shuster: Lawmakers to Address "Transportation Fiscal Cliff" of Gas Tax (The Hill)
    • The Atlantic: "Big Oil Doesn't Need Uncle Sam's Help"
    • Blumenauer Shoots Down Transpo Secretary Rumors (The Hill)
    • National Review: Infrastructure's Not Really "Crumbling," Per Se...
    • Planetizen Lists 10 Planning Trends of the Year, Including Streetcars, Bike Battles...
    • Indiana DOT Looks to Improve Transit (Star Press)
    • But in Central Indy, Tea Party Fights Against Tax for Transit (Indy Star)
    • Next City Excerpt: "Cities Without Highways"
    • Connecticut Commuter Rail Group Balks at Malloy's Plans to Disband It (CBS New York)
    • Lessons on Livable Cities from Germany and Scandinavia (Sustainable Cities Collective)

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