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    • In Georgia, LaHood Criticizes Transpo Bailout, Touts Gas Tax (Atlanta Biz Chron)
    • Poll Finds No Public Consensus on Transpo Funding (AP)
    • Obama Goes It Alone on Infrastructure (Fiscal Times)
    • Today: Foxx Hosts Virtual Town Hall on GROW AMERICA (Fast Lane)
    • Missouri Voters Reject Sales Tax Increase for Transpo (KC Star)
    • Tucson's New Streetcar Exceeds Ridership Predictions (Tucson Sentinel)
    • How Will Sprawl Affect Ecosystems in the Southeast? (Guardian)
    • DOE Secretary on Tour to Look at Energy, Transpo Needs (The Hill)
    • Testing Out "Transit-Oriented Sprawl" in Prince William County (GGW)
    • Danish Tourists Take Canada to Task on Car Culture (Treehugger)
    • Transit Advocates in Providence Try to Halt Plaza Project (Providence Journal)

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