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    • Maybe There Is a Path Forward for Federal Transportation Bill (Press Enterprise)
    • Maryland Assembly Prefers Gas Tax to Sales Tax (WAMU)
    • House Rail/Pipeline Subcmte. Chair: "Put Infrastructure Before Politics" (Wash. Times)
    • Delaware River PA Seeks Federal Funds for Bike Ramp on PA-NJ Bridge (
    • See-Rent-Ride: Bike Sharing Changes How People See City (Bike League)
    • Speaking of Which, Capital Bikeshare Releases Anonymous Trip Data as Promised (GGW)
    • Alaskan Cyclist Tracks Own Travel Habits (Homer Tribune)
    • "Pipeline by Rail" Planned for Colorado (Journal of Commerce)
    • The Law of Traffic Congestion, According to "The Flash" (Planetizen)
    • People Walk More, Drive Less When More Businesses Are Within Walking Distance (NRDC)

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