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8:42 AM EDT on July 13, 2011

    • Reauthorization Bill Must Fund Multiple Transportation Modes (Sac Bee)
    • Mica's Bill Has a Silver Lining For LA (LA Streetsblog)
    • Hundreds Show Up to Oppose Bus Cuts in Seattle (Seattle Times)
    • Amtrak Rolls Past the 30 Million Passenger Mark (The Hill)
    • New York City Close to Selecting a Vendor for Its Massive Bike Share (Transpo Nation)
    • Smart Growth Booster in DC Yanked From Transportation Committee (WaPo)
    • Stuck in Carmaggedon Traffic? Try These Books (LAT)
    • The Case For and Against High-Speed Rail (Infrastructurist)
    • Even as Motorists Cut Back, Gas Prices Continue to Rise (AP)
    • Transit Agencies Struggle to Survive as Funding Grows Scarce (Architect)

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