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8:24 AM EDT on July 21, 2011

    • An Argument for Dedicated Bike/Ped Safety Funds in the Next Transpo Bill (T4America)
    • Park Service Gives Stupidest Reason Ever For Banning Bike-Share on National Mall (Yglesias)
    • Bad Omen For Transpo Bill? Congress to Pass 21st Extension of FAA Authorization (GovExec)
    • Budget Shortfalls Push States to Bring Roads Back to the Stone Age, Replace Asphalt With Gravel (WSJ)
    • New DC Car-Share Follows The Bike-Share Model of One-Way Trips (GGW)
    • More Reflection on the Convicted Pedestrian Mom and the "Criminalization of Walking" (Grist)
    • WalkScore Publishes Most Walkable Cities Ranking: NY, SF Rule
    • California Bill Would Make Employers Subsidize Low-Carbon Commute Options (Mercury)
    • What Cities Around the World Are Doing to Reduce Carbon Emissions (Green Building Pro)
    • H Street Trolley May Not Get Transit Connection to Union Station (Housing Complex)
    • Uncertainty Surrounds California High-Speed Rail Future (Reuters)

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