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    • 111 Congressional Dems and Reps "Tired of Waiting" For Transportation Bill (The Hill)
    • Pressure Mounts on Congress to Extend Benefits For Transit, Not Just Cars (The HillT4A)
    • USDOT Green-Lights Columbia River Crossing "Disaster" (Business Journal)
    • Fed Agencies Focus on the Rural Aspect of Urbanism (NRDC)
    • Hip, Intellectual Cache of Cities Rises As "Cities 2.0" Win TED Prize (Transpo Nation)
    • MPOs in Rural States Fight For Their Lives (Laurel Outlook)
    • SC Tries to Combat Alarming Spike in Ped Fatalities By Blaming the Victim (The State)
    • Distracted Driving Campaign in Mississippi Hasn't Reduced Teen Texting (Hattiesburg American)
    • Rio de Janeiro Gets Serious About Bike-Share (SmartPlanet)
    • It's Simple: Spend More On Transit And More People Will Ride (Ford For Toronto)
    • Could Self-Driving Cars Do More Than Transit To Reduce Single-Occupancy Vehicles? (GGW)
    • Slate's Requiem For High-Speed Rail

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