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8:54 AM EDT on June 11, 2012

    • Transportation Issues Daily's Larry Ehl Recaps Last Week's Non-Binding House Votes
    • Also Via TID, a Pop Quiz: Only One Conferee Voted Yes on the Broun Motion. Who Was It?
    • With Growing Popularity of Charity Rides, Is Cycling the New Golf? (Globe and Mail)
    • Holland, MI, Transit Agency Challenges Residents to Ten Car-Free Days (WZZI)
    • Yes, It's Healthy, And Yes, It's Clean, But People Ride Bikes Because It's Fun (SFChron)
    • NJ Transit's Board Could Allow Bikes on Most Trains (
    • Another Pop Quiz: Which U.S. Transit Agency Spends the Most on Lobbying? (Daily Herald)

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