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8:57 AM EDT on May 24, 2012

    • Sen. Barbara Boxer Sees Progress in Conference, Transpo Bill Possible by End of June (Hill)
    • Larry Ehl Breaks Down What Trucking/Ag, Cities, and 26 Congressmen Want From the Bill
    • New Jersey Gov., Who Canceled Megaproject in 2010, Wants More Transpo Money (Bloomberg)
    • Live in Redwood City, CA? Obama's Visit Means Impromptu Open Streets Today! (Cyclelicious)
    • Connecticut Breaks Ground on Busway, Calls It CTfastrak Despite Lack of Tracks (MTR)
    • Virginia Looking to Index State Gas Tax to Inflation, But Drivers Remain Hesitant (WDBJ)
    • Meanwhile, a Plan to Cap the Gas Tax in North Carolina Probably Isn't a Good Idea (NC Policywatch)
    • Additional Tolling, While "Imperfect," Remains Many States' Best Option to Raise Funds (AP)
    • The League of American Bicyclists' New Fatalities Map Bears a Message: Every Bicyclist Counts

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