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8:57 AM EDT on May 23, 2012

    • 2012 Bicycle Friendly State Rankings: WA Still on Top, CO and DE Surge (LAB)
    • Exiting Rep. Dennis Kucinich: Approving KXL Pipeline Will Raise, Not Lower, Gas Prices (Hill)
    • NRDC's Kaid Benfield Takes You on a Google Street-View Walk Through Copenhagen
    • The Most Delay-Prone Highway Corridors in the U.S. Are Mostly Near L.A., NYC (Atlantic Cities)
    • New York City's Pedestrian Safety Campaign: Life Imitates The Onion (Copenhagenize)
    • 60 Michigan HS Seniors Suspended for Biking to School on Last Day (Cyclelicious)
    • Montgomery County Maryland Has Plans for 160 Miles of "Gold Standard" BRT Routes (GGW)
    • Holding Company RailAmerica, Which Owns 45 Short Line and Regional RRs, For Sale (JoC)
    • Connie Moran, Mississippi Mayor, Responds to Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theorists (Sun-Herald)

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