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Weekly Transportation News



  1. Getting Around Minneapolis: Promising Promises
  2. Planetizen: LaHood Calling it Quits After 2012?
  3. Transportation Nation: LaHood: I'm a One-Term Secretary
  4. Star Tribune: Congressman Cravaack: Put the Brakes on Rail Line
  5. MinnPost: St. Paul Offers Long-Range Central Corridor Development Vision
  6. Finance & Commerce: St. Paul Offers Guide to Building in the Corridor (subscription required)


  1. The Atlantic Cities: Why Walkable Cities Aren't Always the Ones You Think
  2. Streetsblog: Mica Won't Say Where Transpo Funding Will Come From; LaHood Defends TE
  3. Stevens Point Journal: Hull Discusses Limits for Bikes, Pedestrians on Town Roads
  4. Planetizen: Rewarding Bikes and Peds for Leaving Their Cars at Home 
  5. The City Fix: Urban Bikeway Design Guide for U.S. Cities
  6. TCDP: Bikeway on Path for 2012 Construction Start
  7. MN Daily: Bikeway on Path for 2012 Construction Start (TLC mentioned)
  8. Velo Mondial: Minneapolis Versus Portland!
  9. The Transportationist: Walk Don't Run
  10. TCDP: Riding Minneapolis' New Bicycle Routes


  1.  The Atlantic Cities: The Only Hope for Reducing Traffic



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