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    • Snow Brings Freight, Passenger Transportation to a Halt in Chicago (Sun-Times, Beacon-News)
    • Is the Chamber of Commerce's Push for Infrastructure Investment All Talk? (HuffPo)
    • Colorado Lawmakers Soundly Reject Proposal to Redirect Transit Money to Roads (Bloomberg)
    • Ed Glaeser Talks Cities With Grist
    • Portland City Official Pushes to Implement Bicycle Signaling Statewide (BikePortland)
    • Former PA Gov. Ed Rendell Hired to Advise on Private Infrastructure Investment (Fortune)
    • When "On Time" = Five Minutes Late: A Look Inside A Transit Agency's Time Log (Baltimore Sun)
    • Native Hawaiians Sue Honolulu Over Plan to Build Transit Line Over Ancient Burial Grounds (KPUA)
    • A "Black Box" App For Bicycles (ETA)
    • TOD Residents Revolt Against Planned Transit Line the Whole Community Was Designed Around (GOOD)

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