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    • Congress in Recess But Chamber of Commerce Still Campaigning for Transportation (Hill)
    • The Transit Tax Break, Victim of Partisan Gridlock (TranspoNation, Telegram)
    • Congress "Bumper-to-Bumper" on a Transportation Bill (Austin Statesman)
    • Tracing Politicians' Positions on Transportation Funding to Campaign Contributions (MoneyLight)
    • Medical Researcher Wants to Remind Policymakers: Transportation Is a Health Issue (UTSD)
    • The New 'Arms Race' for Carmakers? Internet Browsing at 70 MPH (Mercury)
    • California Transportation Agencies Ready to Spend HSR Money Now (LATimes)
    • Code for America’s Vision for Running Local Governments 2.0 (Shareable)
    • Meet Janis Scott, “Houston’s Bus Lady,” Fighting Hard for Her Transit (Chronicle)
    • Capturing the Beauty of StrangersInTransit (Montreal-Gazette)

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