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8:54 AM EDT on July 5, 2011

    • Stop Subsidizing Cars and Parking, It's More Economically Sound to Build Bike Lanes (NYT)
    • Get Ready For the Introduction of House and Senate Transportation Bills (National League of Cities)
    • British Experience Shows Privatization of Rail Leaves Taxpayers Unprotected (Guardian)
    • Florida's Bad Decision on HSR Hurts U.S. Ability to Compete With China (Transport Politic)
    • Canadian Study Shows Low-Income, Urban Kids Walk and Bike to School More (Winnipeg Free Press)
    • New York Will Have to Make the Streets Safer to Close the Cycling Gender Gap (NYT)
    • Taiwan Has Its Gender Gap Too: Women Walk and Take Transit, Men Bike (Focus Taiwan)
    • A 25-Year-Old Law to Protect the Columbia River Gorge Has Managed to Prevent Sprawl (AP)
    • CA Activists Try to Stop Highway Widening Through Redwood Grove (AP)
    • Environmental Concerns Also Prompt Violent Protests in Italy Against HSR (BBC, AFP)
    • Protestor Against Helmet Laws Dies in Crash; Helmet Would Have Saved Him (AP)

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