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    • Mayors Speak Out Against Congressional Debt Ceiling Gridlock (Politico)
    • Can Local Transit Agencies Still Count on the Federal Government for Funds? (The Transport Politic)
    • Low-Income Kids Most Likely to Walk or Bike to School (CNN)
    • Fairfax Board OKs LaHood's Compromise Plan for Dulles Metro Stop (WaPo)
    • Would an Interstate User Fee Work Better Than a Gas Tax? (Infrastructurist)
    • The FAA's Partial Shutdown Costs $30 Million Per Day (ABC)
    • Holmes Norton Goes to Bat for Capital Bikeshare Against Park Service Bureaucracy (GGW)
    • Meanwhile, DecoBikes Grapples with Revenue Shortfalls in Miami (Miami Herald)
    • Can Atlanta's Ambitious Beltline Project Become a Reality? (The Atlantic)

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