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    • Inhofe Just Couldn't Out-Arm-Wrestle Boxer on TE; Reactions Are Mixed (Transpo Nation)
    • More on the "We Provided This Path, You’d Darned Well Better Use It" Senate Provision (Bike League)
    • Why Is Congress Letting Unemployment Stay High And Bridges Keep Deteriorating? (CAP)
    • Does the Senate Vote Foretell Greater Cooperation Across Party Lines on Infrastructure? (WaPo)
    • If They'd Just Raise the Gas Tax, Congress Wouldn't Have to Resort to Wild Goose Chases (WaPo)
    • Why Does It Cost So Much to Build Transit in Big U.S. Cities? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Seattle Voters Reaffirm Variable Toll Rates and Light Rail on I-90 Bridge (Seattle Times)
    • More on Romney's History as a Smart-Growth Urbanist (TNR)
    • Austin Man Gets 10 Years in Prison For Years-Long Bike-Tire-Puncturing Rampage (Statesman)
    • Ottawa Silences Singing Bus Driver (CBC)
    • Which Traffic Technologies Keep Pedestrians Safe, And Which Put Them in Danger? (Atlantic Cities)

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