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    • House Passes Stimulus Bill; Only 5% Goes to Infrastructure (LAT, Boston Globe)
    • Nadler Amendment for Transit Clears While Amtrak Cuts Are Nixed (WSJ, Transbay Blog)
    • Marin Looks to Grab Some Stimulus Funds (Marin IJ)
    • Santa Cruz Will End Free Parking on Main Corridors (Merc)
    • Nevada Considers Congestion Pricing (Merc)
    • Court Refuses to Stop Bayview Redevelopment (SF Gate)
    • Car Crashes into Two N-Judah Trains, One Injury Reported (SF Gate, N-Judah Chronicles)
    • Undisclosed Bids Submitted for Residential Buildings Near New Transbay Terminal (SF Gate)
    • City of Davis Looking to Establish Museum for Vintage Bikes (KCRA)
    • On-Street Bicycle Parking Will Begin Next Week in Seattle (Bicycle Fixation)

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