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    • Defunct Senate Energy Bill Gang Considers Return (The Hill)
    • Rep. McCarthy Denounces California's HSR Plan (McClatchy)
    • 11th Annual Bike Summit Kicks Off in Washington (BikePortland)
    • Poll: 63 Percent of Young People Admit to Distracted Driving (WaPo)
    • Get Ready: $4/Gal. Gas on the Way for California (SFGate)
    • Bike Lane Battles Continue in New York City (Transpo Nation)
    • New Google Map App Looks to Save Time, Money, Gas (Treehugger)
    • Virginia Tea Party Takes Aim at Smart Growth (WaPo)
    • Tech Won't Fix Fundamental Urban Problems Like Sprawl and Traffic (Atlantic)
    • New Yorkers: Want to Save $1,200 a Month? Take Transit (Grist)

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