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    • Oil Drilling Is at 14-Year High, So Why Aren't Gas Prices at 14-Year Low? (Grist)
    • The Difference Between "Alternative" Transpo and Actual Choices (EnvironmentalLeader)
    • Back to the Future: Bikes & Trains Could Boom Together in Florida (TranspoNation)
    • Strip Malls, Big Box Stores Tied to Traffic Deaths Among the Elderly (AtlanticCities)
    • Red Cross Weighs In Against Plan to Cut Senior Transit in Michigan Town (MLive)
    • Proper Safety Etiquette Can Save Lives Even Where Cars Aren't Allowed (GGW)
    • Apple's New Maps App for iPhone Can Only Give Driving Directions (Examiner)

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