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    • Any Women Among Possible U.S. DOT Picks? (If LaHood Leaves, That Is) (The HillWaPo)
    • Why Settle For Parity? Eliminate the Parking Tax Benefit (Switchboard)
    • TSTC Takes Stock of the Transpo News From 2012 And What's In Store For 2013
    • New FTA Rules Will Better Link Transportation Policy With Housing (U.S. News)
    • Amtrak Pushes Forward With Improvement Plans Despite Republican Attacks (The Hill)
    • Highway Lobby Launches Pro-Tolling Campaign (IBTTA)
    • LaHood Comes to Detroit For the Cars, Stays For the Transit (Freep)
    • Increased Traffic in North Dakota Oil Areas Leads to Road Repair Crisis (Tribune)
    • Maybe Marylanders' Commute Times Are So Long Because They Don't Live in DC (Gazette)
    • Well, Why Shouldn't All Our Cities Be Like Buenos Aires? (Switchboard)
    • The Symbiotic Relationship Between Cities and Buses (Chicago Magazine)

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