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    • In Absence of Robust Funding, White House Renews Push For Infrastructure Bank (Transpo Nation)
    • HSR Proponents Fear Proposed Restrictions Would Spell Doom For Rail in San Francisco (Examiner)
    • Michael Dukakis: Raise the Gas Tax, Invest in Transportation (JOC)
    • Trafficwise, There's Not Much Difference Between Seattle's Proposed Tunnel and an Earthquake (Slog)
    • Bicycles Can Be Liberating, Even For the Most Oppressed (Grist)
    • DesertXpress Rail Between SoCal and Las Vegas Moves Forward (Sac Bee)
    • Conflict of Interest: Don't Let Private Firms Decide What Gets Built and Then Build It (Ped Observations)
    • Light Rail Does Not Attract Crime (Journal of Urban Affairs)
    • The Millenials Speak: They Want a Carbon Tax, Not a Gas Tax, and More Money for HSR (Freakonomics)
    • Measure Gallons Per Mile, Not MPG (Maybe Minutes Per Mile, Too, Instead of MPH?) (Grist)
    • Shown How Little Urbanism Means to Most in DC, Urbanists Must Broaden the Tent (GGW)

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