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    • In the GOP's Words: "Highway Funding Will Now Be Treated as Other General Spending" (The Hill)
    • Democrats, Including Transpo Committee's Rahall, Condemn the New Rule (The Hill, T&I)
    • Density Shouldn't Be a Prerequisite for Good Transit (The Age)
    • New Seattle Law Grants Rights and Responsibilities to Drivers and Cyclists Alike (Post Intelligencer)
    • If Public Transportation Works in Montana and Wyoming It'll Work Anywhere (Billings Gazette)
    • Here's Hoping the Seven Newly Funded Transit Projects Are Just the Beginning (Infrastructurist)
    • Smart Growth Policies Having Little Effect in Maryland, 13 Years After Passage (Balt. Sun)
    • Shift Away From Congestion Pricing Has London Enviros Worried About Air Quality (EnviroTech)
    • China's Massive Infrastructure Investment Will Pay For 8,000+ Miles of High Speed Rail (MarketWatch)

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