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    • NYT Blasts Florida Florida Gov. Scott for "Thoughtless" Rejection of Rail Money
    • In Michigan, Meanwhile, a Tea Party-Inspired Governor Happily Accepts Funds (Guardian)
    • Though Mystified by Hipsters, Sec. LaHood Stands Up for Urban Cyclists (HuffPo)
    • What it Means That the Feds Have Doled Out $2 Billion More in Rail Funds (Transport Politic)
    • Busy Week in Washington for Gas Price Grandstanding (Transpo Nation)
    • Panel Puts Truck Crashes in the Spotlight (AP)
    • Can We Get a Little Respect for Buses, Please? (Switchboard)
    • Miami Shows How Not to Run a Transit Agency (Herald)
    • Has Maryland Built an InterCounty Connecter to Nowhere? (Washington Examiner)
    • BusinessWeek Names 50 Ugliest Cars of the Last 50 Years
    • Despite Incremental Improvements, Air Pollution Still Kills (AJC)
    • How New York City Can Make Bike-Sharing Work (Fast Company)

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