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Today’s Headlines

8:36 AM EDT on July 31, 2012

    • Early Voters Reject Atlanta Transportation Tax (AJC)
    • London Carmageddon Doesn't Materialize Because Everyone's Taking the Tube (NBC)
    • Wendell Cox: Transit in Atlanta Sucks, So Let's Not Fund Any Improvements (AJC)
    • Why Treehugger Hippies in the Pentagon Want to Reduce Oil Dependency (Grist)
    • Portland Steps Away from Enslavement to Vehicle Level of Service Standards (BikePortland)
    • Are Transit-Poor Cities Violating Residents' Civil Rights? (National Journal)
    • Republican Ex-Lawmaker From South Carolina Pushes Carbon Tax (CNN)
    • Forget the Quarter-Mile Radius. What Matters Is Walk Appeal. (Better Cities & Towns)

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