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    • Eno Center for Transpo's Joshua Schank Has Four Ideas for Greater Federal Involvement
    • State Transpo Officials Are Getting Impatient With Lack of Transpo Bill (Hill)
    • While Illinois Hits Its Borrowing Cap (AP/CBS), Vermont Spending Hits Record High (VPR)
    • Baucus: It'll Be a While Before the Next Five-Year Reauthorization (TranspoNation)
    • Feds Shut Down 26 Curbside Intercity Bus Lines; LaHood Calls It "Just the Beginning" (WTOP)
    • Is San Francisco Magazine's Bicyclist Survey Entrapment? (Cyclelicious)
    • A Recap of the Good and Bad News From This Year's Bike-Friendliness Rankings (LAB)
    • Parking Cash-Out Is Not a New Idea, But Bicycle Valet Parking Might Be (EcoMan)

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