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    • T-SPLOST Defeat: Not Necessarily a Bellwether (The Hill, Transportation for America)
    • Chicago Plans 33 Miles of Bike Lanes This Year (HuffPo)
    • "Walk Appeal" Might Be More Useful Than "Walk Score" (Atlantic Cities)
    • Feds Using More Cars... But They're Fuel Efficient (WaPo)
    • Memphis City Council Puts Gas Tax on Ballot (Daily News)
    • Mercury News: Only "Declinists" Oppose CA Bullet Train
    • Lofty Transit Goals Have Come Up Short in Miami (Planetizen)
    • Could the $7B Plan for Union Station Be Even Bigger? (GGW)
    • Jersey Introduces Bike-Friendly Weekend Trains (Patch)

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