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    • LaHood joins auto insurer to kick off new campaign educating teenagers about distracted driving (DOT Blog, Allstate Press)
    • Who's to blame for the now-undetermined delay in the Senate climate change bill: Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) or Lindsey Graham (R-SC)? (MoJones, TNR, NPR)
    • Digging deeper into the recent reports of a significant uptick in New York City cycling (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Ed Glaeser on the economic efficiency of cities (NYT Blogs)
    • Why Roosevelt Island makes the case for even more U.S. DOT-HUD collaboration (Transport Politic)
    • New Jersey rushing to shore up its aging bridges ... (GlobeSt.com)
    • ... as its new GOP governor takes local heat for backing big transit fare hikes (Trenton Times)
    • Iowa to make $150m in new infrastructure investments (Q-C Times)
    • Short of funding, Michigan scales back plans for a new commuter rail line (Free Press)

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