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    • SunRail Gets Federal Funding Amid Fanfare (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Every Day Is Carmageddon in LA -- But Transit Planning Could Help (LAT, Planetizen)
    • PA Transportation Commission Recommends Raising User Fees (Philadelphia Inquirer)
    • Amid Debt Ceiling Hysteria, Railroaders Lobby on Capitol Hill (Progressive Railroading)
    • First-Ever Emissions Regulations For Shipping Have Too Many Loopholes (Treehugger)
    • How to Win a TIGER Grant for Bike/Ped or a Sustainable Communities Grant (LAB, PolicyLink)
    • As DC Loses Its "Chocolate City" Moniker, Gentrification Creates Tension (NYT)
    • No, Not All People With Disabilities Can Ride Bikes. They Can't All Drive Cars Either. (Grist)
    • Bad Transpo Planning is Responsible For A.J. Nelson's Death, Not His Car-Free Mom (T4America)
    • Baltimore Survey Shows Zipcar Members Bike More, Walk More, Drive Less (PR Newswire)
    • Seattle "MIMBYs" Want More Density, More Rail in Their Backyards (Planetizen, Seattle PI)

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