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Today’s Headlines

9:06 AM EDT on April 18, 2013

    • Shuster's Brought in a Lot of Campaign Cash as Transpo Chair (Politico)
    • Brookings: Downtowns Weathered the Recession Better Than the Burbs (Next City)
    • ... But Job Sprawl Was High in Oklahoma CityKansas CityLee County, FL
    • UN Report: Sustainable City Infrastructures Promote Economic Growth
    • Twin Cities Transit Expansion = Jobs (Star Tribune)
    • GGW on Why Portland's Parking Policy Shouldn't Set Example for D.C.
    • Toronto Report: Gas Tax, Sales Tax, Parking Fees Should Pay for Transit (Metro NewsStar)
    • In San Diego Program, Bikes Help Ex-Offenders Transition (San Diego City Beat)
    • Chicago Transit Officials Wary About Spike in Free Ride Permits (Trib)
    • Set to Launch: Women Bike Philly (Bike League)

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