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Today’s Headlines

9:05 AM EDT on August 1, 2012

    • The Votes Are In: GA Axes T-SPLOST (AJC)
    • EPA, HUD, DOT Team Up to Increase State Transpo Options
    • White House Honors Transportation's "Champions of Change"
    • Former Ventura Mayor: "Put Things Closer Together, the Services Cost Less" (CNN)
    • Pittsburgh Hopes for Last-Minute Save on "Historic" Transit Cuts (TribLive)
    • Was APTA Wrong, or Are Philly Commuters Too Hard on SEPTA? (Next American City)
    • Maybe the Suburbs Aren't Dying (Forbes)
    • Does Sunriver, OR Have the Best Bike Network in North America? (BikePortland)
    • San Jose Debuts First Cycle Track (Cyclelicious)

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