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    • Gasoline Took Record-Sized Bite Out of Household Budgets in 2012 (The Hill)
    • First $2 Billion in Sandy Transit Aid Becomes Available (Fast Lane)
    • New Director Sets Plans to Jump-Start Chicago Infrastructure Trust (Crain's)
    • The Republican Party's Urban Problem Isn't Just Cosmetic (Grist)
    • UK Rail Privatization Resulted in Skyrocketing Fares, Cynicism (MirrorTelegraph)
    • Failed San Diego Neighborhoods Prove Car-Friendly Features Kill Walkability (KPBS)
    • Maryland Grasps at Straws, Raises Speed Limit to Boost ICC Use (Transpo Nation)
    • Tour de Fat Pledge Inspires Realtor to Brand Himself Around Carlessness (Inman)
    • DC Seeks to Enliven Pedestrian Dead Zones Near Monolithic Federal Buildings (City Paper)
    • Calculated: How Much Each New Residential Unit Contributes to Local Economy (RPUS)

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