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8:39 AM EDT on October 2, 2012

    • Oberstar, Villaraigosa, Rendell... Who Will Replace LaHood? (National Journal)
    • NRDC Pleads With States to Use Air Quality Improvement Funds For Intended Use
    • TSTC Pleads With NY Gov. Cuomo to Use Bike/Ped Funds For Intended Use (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Romney Used to Think High Gas Prices and Fuel Efficiency Were a Good Idea (Gas 2)
    • Why the Equity Argument Against Congestion Pricing Doesn't Work (Road Pricing)
    • Feds Pony Up For Goal of New Haven, CT to Springfield, MA at 110 MPH (CBS)
    • Denver Faces Culture Clash Over Bike-Share (Denver Post)
    • If You Close a Highway and Nobody Cares, Is It Still Carmageddon? (Atlantic Cities, LA Streetsblog)
    • Penny-Pinching Europeans Fall For Ride-Sharing (NYT)
    • Bicycle Paths Need to Connect to Be Useful (Placemakers)
    • APA President Mitchell Silver: Planners Are Too Focused on Land Use and Transportation (Urban Times)

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