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    • Award-Winning Journalist Puts Safe Routes to School on National Stage (LAB)
    • Gas Tax Must Rise to Keep Pace With Fuel Efficiency Standards for U.S. Cars (Daily Tech)
    • Millions in Gas Tax Revenue Sent to Wrong Jurisdictions in Virginia (Examiner)
    • Lack of Transit Is Bad for Kids, Especially When Tutors Go Car-Free (Southeast Mich. Startup)
    • How the Transpo Bill Affects the Nation's Farmers (Farm Bureau Newsline)
    • Historic Market in Rochester NY to Receive New Trail Access (WHEC)
    • Transit Expert Jarrett Walker Nails the Paradox of Suburban Bus Service
    • Charlotte, NC: From Sprawling Behemoth to Walkable Paradise (Atlantic Cities)

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