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8:54 AM EDT on June 4, 2012

    • Seattle Hopes New Lanes Will Attract "Willing But Wary" Cyclists (AP via HeraldNet)
    • Missoula Mulls Gas Tax Hike to Pay For... Sidewalks! (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
    • Rail Trails Have Been a Boon to Southern Pennsylvania (Lancaster Online)
    • In Quebec, Two-Thirds of $2.7B Climate Change Program Goes to Transpo (Gazette)
    • Overlapping Chicagoland Transit Agencies Step On Each Other's Toes (Daily Herald)
    • Poll Shows Majority of Californians May Have Second Thoughts on HSR (AP via ABC)
    • Automated Fare Increases Should Make Hikes Easier to Swallow (Tribune)
    • What the New York City Subway Teaches Us About Infrastructure Subsidies (Forbes)
    • Once Seen as a Godsend, Pension Funds Stall Investment in Infrastructure (MoneyControl)

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