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9:01 AM EST on February 18, 2009

    • GM, Chrysler Ask for Another Handout, This One for $14 Billion (NYT)
    • Obama Signs Stimulus Bill Into Law (NYT)
    • Why the Prez Made High Speed Rail a Stimulus Priority (Politico)
    • Transpo Sec LaHood on How Stim Money Will Be Spent (Transportation for America)
    • More Responses to David Brooks (Joe Urban, Discovering Urbanism)
    • Lentol at Mock G Funeral: 'We Will Get a Plan Down That Saves the Subway System' (News)
    • Bronx Beep Carrion Heads to DC to Oversee Office of Urban Policy (News)
    • MTA Won't Use Stim Funds to Bail Out Atlantic Yards; Paterson Still Might (Post)
    • To WSJ Columnist, 'Smart Transportation' = Gadgetry for Roads and Cars
    • Memphis Airport Security Takes Sticker on a Bike Too Literally (Urban Velo via

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