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8:59 AM EDT on March 19, 2013

    • Congress Might Actually Pass a Budget in 2014. Here Are Its Options. (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • One Degree of Warming = Seven Times More Hurricane Katrinas (Grist)
    • Just in Time For Tax Season: Your Tax Break For Guzzling Gas (MTR)
    • "27 Percent of Global Traffic Deaths Are Among Pedestrians and Cyclists" (Guardian)
    • Tennessee DOT Creates Local Liaison to Collaborate on Planning, Land Use (Chattanoogan)
    • Philly's Fare Hike Could Mean Savings For Suburbanites (Next City)
    • Rail Opponents Snarl XpressWest Project (Las Vegas Sun)
    • New Bicycle Mode Share Study in DC Skips the Bikiest Neighborhoods (WashCycle)
    • Rest in Peace Grady Clay, the Original New Urbanist (RPUSWFPL)
    • Yes, You Can Ban Cars From Streets Without Causing Congestion and Chaos (Copenhagenize)

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