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9:07 AM EDT on March 27, 2013

    • Longtime Backers of California High-Speed Rail Raise Legal Objections (LAT)
    • Would the Maryland Gas Tax Go to Transit or Roads? (Examiner)
    • WSJ: "Welcome to the Revival of the Railway Age"
    • Rep. LaTourette: Miles-Traveled Tax Could Happen "Tomorrow" (Bloomberg)
    • NOLA Transit Strives for Accord With Civil Rights Act (
    • Denver Sees Transit-Oriented Development After Decades of Sprawl (Atlantic Cities)
    • Tampa Mayor Takes Strong Stand on Transpo Needs (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Oregon Bill Would Let Gas Tax, Car Fees Go to Biking, Walking, Transit (Bike Portland)
    • Wheels Are Turning for Bay-Area Bike-share (Next City)
    • Omaha Mayor Hopefuls Talk Bike Lanes and Sprawl (
    • In Germany, an Experiment With Wireless Charging for Electric Buses (Treehugger)

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