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    • Dems and Reps on the House T&I Committee, Dems and Reps on Senate EPW (Trans. Issues Daily)
    • Infographic: Bike League Explains How Active Transpo Funding Works Under MAP-21
    • Aide Says 88-Year-Old Sen. Frank Lautenberg Could Still Run For Re-Election (The Hill)
    • Happy Anniversary to One of the Nation's Least Successful Transit Systems (Yahoo News)
    • Richard Layman Deconstructs How DC Became a Great City (Hint: It's Not Just Federal Jobs)
    • Behind NJ Transit's Decision to Leave Transit Equipment in Flood-Prone Area (Reuters)
    • NCDOT Gets Behind Carpooling (Winston-Salem Journal)
    • Photo Gallery: The 2013 No-Pants Subway Ride (SF Chronicle)

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