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    • California to Start Buying Land for HSR (AP)
    • Tom Harkin Quits the Senate to Ride His Bike, Take Dance Lessons (WaPo)
    • Bike League Offers a Ride Buddy If the White House Will Let the New Chief of Staff Bike to Work
    • Oregon Looks to Expand BRT (Transpo Nation)
    • When Mayors Talk About Infrastructure, They're Thinking About Seniors (Politico)
    • Elected Officials Don't Support Safe Routes to School? Shame Them With This Article (Tribune)
    • Riding Transit Builds Stronger Community Connections (AJC)
    • Exterior Airbags on Cars Could Save Lives of Vulnerable Road Users (Inhabitat)
    • A Beautifully International Look at What Makes Cities Great (Atlantic Cities)
    • Chuck Marohn Doesn't Buy the Narrative About a Recovering Housing Market (Strong Towns)

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