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8:38 AM EDT on September 17, 2012

    • U.S. DOT Gives $59.3M to Clean Transit (Fast Lane)
    •  WSJ Outlines Options For Replacing the Gas Tax
    • "Riding the Bus Is Like a War Zone": How Sexual Harassment Turns Women Off to Transit (LAist)
    • New Mexico DOT Confirms That MAP-21 Will Mean Less Bike/Ped Funding (KOB)
    • Everyone Is Going Crazy for This Danish Bus Ad
    • Study: 10 Percent Increase in Smart Growth --> 20 Percent Decrease in Emissions (Smart Planet)
    • Philly: Twice as Many Bikes, Half as Many Crashes (WHYY)
    • To Reduce Fuel Consumption, Increase Efficiency or Gas Taxes? (PlanetizenChristian Science Monitor)
    • Cyclists Will Thank You If You Drive Like This (WaPo)
    • Blogosphere Responds to Crazy-Ass Examiner Cover (GGW, RPUS)
    • RelayRides: The AirBnb of Transportation (Gadling)
    • Andres Duany Designs the Future (Town Talk)
    • The Midwest Doesn't Understand What Streets Are (Strong Towns)

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