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9:17 AM EDT on June 29, 2012

    • Transpo Bill Includes Federal Oversight For Transit Safety (Examiner)
    • Most Dem Conferees Wouldn't Sign Off on Final Transportation Report (Politico)
    • Heritage and Club for Growth Are Scoring Vote on Transportation Bill (The Hill)
    • The Horrors of the Transportation Bill: Bike/Ped Edition (Bike Portland)
    • You'd Think he Subway Underneath the Capitol Would Warm Pols to Transit (Atlantic Cities)
    • Congress Rejects Even Studying VMT Tax Because of a Bunch of Half-Truths (Road Pricing)
    • Without Unanimous Consent, Senate Has to Wait For House Before Voting on Bill (The Hill)
    • Conference Report a Field Goal, Not a Touchdown (Transportation Nation)
    • High-Speed Rail Dream is Fading (Crosscut)
    • Brief History of Suburbs and Sprawl, According to Taras Grescoe’s “Straphanger” (Steven Can Plan)

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