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    • Transportation Bills Getting a Tune-Up During Recess This Week (Politico)
    • Just How Bad is It? T4A Lays Out the Worst of It
    • DC Lobbyists Not Confident Either House or Senate Transportation Bill Will Pass (Hill)
    • Illinois Congressmen: Mass Transit Will Take Hit Under House Bill (Chicago Tribune)
    • Ohio Congressmen: House Bill Would Stop Desperately Needed Work (Dayton Daily)
    • Alliance for Biking & Walking Launches OpenStreetsProject.org
    • Center For American Progress Wants to Put Big Oil Subsidies to Work
    • Capital Bikeshare May (Finally) Come to the Mall (WaPo)
    • How and Why Google Is Transforming American Mass Transit (Xconomy)
    • Florida Senate Supported Tolling, Now Wants All Funds Back in Tallahassee (TampaBayTimes)
    • Chicago Gets $7.3 Million for Bus Rapid Transit (WBEZ)
    • Solar-Powered Bicycles Coming to India (Daiji World)
    • TX Driver Drives Through Cyclists, Gets Arrested, "Didn't Realize" They Were Cops (Eagle)

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