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    • Judge: Wisconsin Violated Civil Rights By Favoring Road-Building Over Transit (Journal Sentinel)
    • LA Mayor Villaraigosa Wants to Continue Transit Tax Until 2069 (Transport Politic)
    • Penn Designers Recommend HSR Tunnel Under Long Island Sound (Hartford Courant)
    • Car-Saturated Mexico City Turns to Bike-Share (ZeeNews)
    • Despite T-SPLOST Defeat, Transit Governance Reform Can Go Forward (Creative Loafing)
    • Extremist Republican Transpo Platform Doesn't Matter (TID)
    • Facebook Spurns Urbanity In Self-Contained Bubble HQ (New Republic)
    • If Bike-Share Can Succeed in Fairbanks, Alaska (Average Temp: 27F) It Can Succeed Anywhere (WJTV)
    • BRT As a Band-Aid When a Suture Is Needed (Atlantic Cities)
    • The Safer You Make the Roadway, the More Unsafely People Drive (Ped Observations)

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