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8:33 AM EDT on July 28, 2011

    • House Considers Deep Cuts to EPA Budget, Including the Smart Growth Office (SGA)
    • Equipment Manufacturers' Revenue Proposal Is a Road Gang Member's Dream (AEM, Infrastructurist)
    • Will Congress Pass a Transportation Bill in September? Or Will the Government Shut Down? (Roll Call)
    • Undocumented Immigrants Finding It Harder to Get Drivers Licenses (StateLine)
    • Transportation Is a Civil Rights Issue (Wired)
    • Capital Bikeshare Just Keeps On Growing (Examiner)
    • Decision to Bar Bikeshare From the National Mall Draws Fire From Congress (GGW)
    • Barred From Charging Parents, School Outsources Private Buses, Which Charge Parents (6 News)
    • British National Plan Accused of Usurping Local Control and, Ironically, Promoting Sprawl (Guardian)
    • A 7-Step Plan For Legalizing Smart Growth (Switchboard)
    • Houston Challenge: Go Car-Free For a Month (Transportation Nation)
    • Very Young and Very Old Cyclists Most at Fault in Crashes (Brisbane Times)

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