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9:24 AM EDT on June 29, 2011

    • Mica Defends $1.2 Billion Investment for Meager Returns of SunRail (NYT)
    • Eight Perspectives on Car Culture and Policy in Europe and the US (NYT)
    • More Research Shows We've Hit Peak Car Use (Treehugger)
    • ClimateWire Digs Into ITDP's Report on BRT in the United States
    • Rep. Brown: Privatizing Amtrak Would Bankrupt Employee Retirement Funds (The Hill)
    • Obama Wants Cars to Get 56.2MPG By 2025 - But Can We Do It?  (Transpo Nation)
    • Bike Part Vending Machine and Fix-A-Flat Kiosk Comes to Minneapolis (GOOD)
    • Good Freight and Passenger Rail Systems Are Not Mutually Exclusive (Transport Politic)
    • How European Policies Are to Motivating People to Rethink Silly Car Trips (NYT)

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