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    • Week Three of Transportation Conference (The Hill)
    • Chamber: Congress Is "Afraid to Face the Issue of Where We Get the Revenue" (CSMonitor)
    • NACTO Wants Transit Operating Flexibility, Local Control, and What's Left of TE (Trans Issues Daily)
    • Every Cyclist Counts Has Plenty of Data to Intrigue, Depress (Bike League)
    • Form-Based Code: The Sine Qua Non of TOD (Switchboard)
    • How Broward County, Florida Got Beyond the Hub and Spoke (Atlantic Cities)
    • The Densest Neighborhood South of NYC Got Density Wrong (Next American City)
    • There's No Point In Posting a Low Speed Limit On a Highway-Like Street (GGW)
    • A Pigeon in Every Household: Why Two-Thirds of the World's Bikes Are in Asia (WSJ)

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