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    • Slight Rises in Cycling Tied to Huge Reductions in Congestion (LAB)
    • Sens. Boxer and Inhofe Continue to Exemplify Bipartisanship in Transpo Conference (WaPo)
    • Philadelphia's "Textizen" Program Is Citizen Engagement For the Digital Age (Next Am. City)
    • Bike-share's Arrival in New York Signals Dawn of the Citizen Cyclist (Atlantic Cities)
    • Building Cities Healthy for People and the Environment Is "The 9-Billion Person Question" (Grist)
    • In L.A., Maybe Ditching Your Car Offers the Freedom Envisioned by Highway Builders (Good)
    • Bike- and Eco-Friendly Gas Station: Green Washing or Genuine Progress? (BikePortland)
    • Sprawl vs. Renewal in Hamilton, ON: "Can't Blow and Suck at the Same Time" (TheSpec)

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