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8:50 AM EST on February 1, 2012

    • Politico: Mica's Transportation Bill All About Stoking the Republican Base
    • League of American Bicyclists Issues Call to Action as GOP Tries to Cut All Major Bike Programs
    • CBO: Expect the Highway Trust Fund to Run Out Just in Time for November Election (BusinessWeek)
    • GOP Sen. Inhofe Opposes Tying Keystone to Transportation Bill (Hill)
    • LaHood Announces Fourth Round of Funding for TIGER Grants (DOT)
    • Distracted Driving Still "In": NHTSA Finds Most Drivers Still Using Their Phones (TransportGooru)
    • Maryland Needs a Gas Tax Increase to Fund Basic Transportation Needs (WaPo, Baltimore Sun)
    • Bill Requiring Drivers to Use Care Not to Hit People Fails in Virginia (FABB)
    • Facebook Sets the Model for Employer-Driven Bike Facilities (Cyclelicious)
    • A Brief Guide to Traffic Jam Economics (NYTimes)
    • You Can Design This Place: Empowering Young Minorities to Shape Their Cities (Grist)

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