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8:32 AM EDT on April 16, 2012

    • WSJ: Americans Don't Want LaHood's Strange "Livability," They Want Endless Highways
    • GOP: Maybe If We Keep Talking About High Gas Prices No One Will Notice We Have No Plan (WaPo)
    • The Oil and Gas Industry Tax Breaks That Congress Just Voted to Keep, Explained (Strib)
    • Will a Weakened Tea Party Be Less Able to Obstruct Progress on Transportation? (TPM)
    • Historic Preservation Increases Suburbanization and Rich People's Property Values (Salon)
    • Light Rail Construction Can Be a Death Blow For Businesses (CBS)
    • Climate, Gas Prices, Transit Don't Impact Cycling Rates As Much As Bike Lanes Do (Treehugger)
    • The Holy City of Mecca is a Victim of Sprawl (Green Prophet)
    • Dreaming of the Perfect City Street -- Even in Phoenix (Next American City)
    • Capital Bike-Share Is Selling Helmets, But It Doesn't Solve the Problem (WaPo)

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