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    • Deficit Commission Recommends Higher Gas Tax and Limited Highway Spending (Transpo Nation)
    • Even the Deficit Commission Can't Agree on the Deficit Commission's Proposals (Politico)
    • Voinovich Working on a Way for Ohio Gov Kasich to Spend HSR Funds on Roads (Plain Dealer)
    • Republicans Shutting Down House Committee on Climate and Energy (The Hill)
    • DOT Celebrates Rosa Parks Day, Affirms Commitment to Transpo Access for All (Fast Lane)
    • Toronto's New Mayor Declares "The War on the Car is Over", Kills Light Rail (Transpo Nation)
    • Bike League Advocates for Bike Facilities on Long Beach Bridge
    • An Advocate's Analysis of the Media's Conflict-Heavy Coverage of Bikes (CityFix)
    • Instead of Raising Low-Income Transit Pass Fares, Calgary Lowers Them (Calgary Herald)
    • East Lansing Trying to Think Outside the Car, Plan Complete Streets (CityPulse)
    • Portland's Bikeability Puts Most of the US to Shame, Now It's Taking On the World (Yes Magazine)

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