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8:38 AM EDT on June 12, 2012

    • What a Difference a Year Makes: No Appetite for Transpo Spending Cuts in House (National Journal)
    • The Chicago Delusion: Why This "Global City" Tanked So Hard (City Journal)
    • "Priority One Is Access to Transit": The TOD Real Estate Premium (Globe and Mail)
    • Highways Vs. Everything Else, Georgia Edition (AJC)
    • Georgia's Infrastructure Will Pay Dearly to Save Drivers Under a Penny (Convenience Store News)
    • California and Delaware At the Center of New Federal Initiative Against Distracted Driving (NYT)
    • What's Behind the Orthodox Jews' Aversion to Bike Lanes in Brooklyn? (WSJ)
    • The Republicans Were Right: The UN Really Is Trying to Start a Socialist Bike Revolt (Grist)
    • How Sprawl Damages Watersheds (Switchboard)
    • 11 of the Best Documentaries About Cities Streaming on Netflix (Atlantic Cities)

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