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    • You Want High Speed? The Chinese Got High Speed... (Telegraph)
    • ...Can We Do That? (Video: Infrastructurist)
    • Contested House Energy & Commerce Chairmanship Still Up for Grabs (The Hill)
    • ...Same With Leadership of the White House Climate Office (Politico)
    • A Smart Growth Movement Founder Wants to Bring Equity Into the Conversation (Switchboard)
    • National Journal Speculates on the Future of Earmarks (And the Projects They Used to Fund)
    • Heat Maps Illustrate Neighborhood Walkability (Planetizen)
    • Why Street Paint and Traffic Signals Don't Make Complete Streets Safer (New Urban Network)
    • Real-Time Transit Tracking Keeps Getting Better - Check This Out (Unofficial DC Transit Guide)
    • London Mayor Wants to Ban Trucks, Ferry Cargo By Bike - Your City Can Too (Grist)
    • Once Again, a Republican Spends Away Surplus a Democrat Saved - Now on VA Roads (Examiner)

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