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    • A Plea to Make Reducing the Death Toll on American Streets a Presidential Priority (NYT)
    • Will the Proposed I-11 Be "The Last American Superhighway"? (Next American City)
    • Experts: Pittsburgh Has Ingredients for Smart Transit (Post-Gazette)
    • Feds Give $75M to Extend Mesa, AZ Light Rail (Republic, AP)
    • CNN Looks at the Long Brotherhood of Politics and Railways
    • Smart Growth Group Takes Issue with GMU Study on D.C. Commuting
    • In California, Gas Prices Drive Growth of Cycling, But Don't Increase Transit Use in North County
    • Louisville, KY Celebrates "Open Streets" Movement (Courier Journal)
    • Can a Cardboard Bicycle Change the World? (CNBC)

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