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8:48 AM EDT on May 21, 2012

    • House Vote Shows Weakness of GOP's Hand on Keystone (Trans Issues Daily)
    • The Catch-22 of Surging Transit Ridership (WaPo)
    • Pentagon Wants to Make Military Bases Less Sprawling, More Walkable (USA Today)
    • Here Comes Schuster to Take Over T & I (Post-Gazette)
    • Sen. Gillibrand Asks Amtrak to Allow Bikes on Board (Times-Union)
    • A Setback for Maryland's Purple Line (WaPo)
    • LA Learns to Love the Bike (NYT)
    • Too Much Effort to Accommodate Cars Downtown Makes a City "Stop Being a City" (Phila. Inquirer)
    • Annual Cost of Car Ownership: $8,220. Annual Cost of Bike Ownership: $308 (Forbes)
    • Best Part of This Article on Texting: AAA Guy Calls Cars "a 4000-Pound Killing Device" (

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