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Weekly Transportation News



  1. Finance & Commerce: University Ave. Project Planned to be Clean and Green (subscription required)
  2. The Transport Politic: Opening and Construction Starts Planned for 2012
  3. Pioneer Press: Metro Transit Riding on Overtime. Lots of Overtime.
  4. MinnPost: LRT Helping to Spur Redevelopment Efforts
  5. Pioneer Press: A Downtown St. Paul Corner Gets a New Look, Thanks to Light-Rail Construction
  6. Finance & Commerce: Hennpein County Seeks Transit Hub Development Proposals (subscription required)


  1. Cap'n Transit Rides Again: In Praise of Really Narrow Streets
  2. Star Tribune: New Brighton Bicyclist Killed in Collision with Truck ID'd
  3. Planetizen: Density Without Walkability 
  4. Ride Boldly!: Minneapolis Community Education Wins Safe Routes to Schools Mini-Grant
  5. SFGate: San Fransisco Parklets: A Little Tour of a Major Trend
  6. Finance & Commerce: Does a Bike Route make Sense for Busy Snelling Avenue? (subscription required)
  7. Haaretz Daily Newspaper: Coming to Tel Aviv? Better Bring Your Bicycle


  1. Finance & Commerce: Haigh to Address Met Council's 2012 Issues


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