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    • Move Over, White Men: Share the Bike Lane With Black Women (Yes, They Bike) (WaPo)
    • House and Senate to Begin Duking Out the Differences in Their Transpo Bills (The Hill)
    • Twenty Senators Push For Full Funding of Amtrak (Progressive Railroading)
    • Even Amid Debt Talks, Obama Doesn't Relent on Infrastructure Bank Push (The Hill)
    • LaHood Encourages Greater Enforcement For Distracted Driving (Inside Line)
    • GOP Wants to Divert HSR Funds to Midwestern Flood Relief (Miami Herald)
    • Well, At Least the Reason Foundation Likes Mica's Proposal (National Journal)
    • LA Should Celebrate Carmageddon As an Annual Car-Free Holiday (GOOD)
    • But Why Widen the 405 When Increased Road Capacity Just Invites More Driving? (Treehugger)
    • Spanish City Invites Residents to Trade Their Cars For a Lifetime Trolley Pass (Shareable)
    • Gov. McDonnell Says Virginia Won't Give Any More Money For Dulles Rail (WaPo)
    • Urbanism Calls For Front-Lawn Reform (HuffPo)

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