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9:01 AM EST on December 22, 2008

    • Parsing Obama's LaHood Roll-out: Good Signs for Transit; Bad Omens for Bikes (GGW, Yglesias)
    • Does LaHood as Transpo Sec Give James Oberstar More Juice? (WSJ)
    • It's Highway Lobby vs. Green Transpo Advocates as Stimulus Bill Takes Shape (Globe)
    • Why Cities Should Invest in BRT (Natl Journal)
    • Obama on Carmaker Bailout: 'A Necessary Step' (Politico)
    • Neal Peirce: Best Trend of 2008 -- Public Spaces Matter Again (Citiwire)
    • Council Member James Vacca Pushes Bill to Require Photo Evidence of Parking Violations (NYT)
    • Bloomberg Talks MTA Finance in Weekly Address (NY1)
    • Wonkster Tries to Measure Whether Bus Bulbs Have Made Broadway Buses Faster
    • How to Get Better Bike-Ped Info Included in Navigable Maps (On Two Wheels via

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