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    • Obama Touts Vision for American High-Speed Rail (WSJ, NYT, Infrastructurist, Yglesias)
    • Squadron Calls for New Red Light Cams at Hazardous Intersections (NY1)
    • Parking Meter Prices Shift Higher, to Weiner's Chagrin (Post)
    • EDF's Isabelle Silverman on NYC's Idling Crackdown (WNYC)
    • Minnesota Highway Expansion Gets $84M in Stimulus Cash (MNDaily)
    • Study Quantifies Huge Energy Savings of City Living (Worldchanging)
    • With Push from Auto Companies, Interest in 'Eco-Driving' Is Ramping Up (WSJ)
    • Car Ownership on the Wane in Washington DC (Beyond DC)
    • More Evidence That Transit Is Good for Your Health (Transit Miami via Streetsblog.net)
    • MTA Launches Credit Card-Linked Metrocard (News, Post)

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