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    • New T4A Report Ranks Deficient Bridges by Metro Areas (Transportation for America)
    • Maryland Mayors Want 15 Cent Increase in Gas Tax (Baltimore Sun)
    • Vote Today on Republican Amendment Preventing Transpo Funding for ‘Beautification’ (Hill)
    • Three Infrastructure Funding Ideas With Bipartisan Support (WaPo)
    • Carmakers vs. People Who Ride Bikes, an ‘Existential Dilemma'? (Infrastructurist)
    • U.S. Government Working to Boost Domestic Transit Manufacturing (DetroitNews)
    • Virgina DOT Planning a ‘Smart Highway’ on I-66 (HuffPo)
    • Could Cleaning the Air Clean Up Violent Crime? (Grist)
    • San Francisco Gives Second Look to Free Transit Passes for Under-18s (Mercury)
    • NRDC Supports a ‘Long-term, Transformative Transportation Bill’ (Switchboard)
    • Looking Back at Urbanist Messaging in the Fifties, With Video (Atlantic)

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