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    • "No Silly Car Journeys" Would Have Been a Better Title For the NYT Story About European Streets
    • Section 8 Residents Spell Salvation for Foreclosed Exurban Communities (WaPo)
    • New House Bill Would Fund Climate-Focused Transportation Research (BikePortland)
    • California Can Move Forward With Cap-and-Trade Plan, Court Says (Fresno Bee)
    • Sex Boycotts Aside, It's More Efficient for Feds to Fund Infrastructure Than Municipalities (Yglesias)
    • States Push For More Tolling Authority (LandLine)
    • Self-Driving Cars Could Result in Less Highway Building, Better Safety (Good)

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