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8:48 AM EDT on March 26, 2013

    • What Can We Learn From the D+ ASCE Gave U.S. Infrastructure? (National Journal)
    • These Bike-Dependent Day Laborers Belong in the Cycling Movement (Arlington Mercury)
    • Baltimore Sun Schools Opponents on Why Transit Must Have a Share of Gas Tax Revenues
    • ... P.S., Even With This Increase, Maryland Drivers Are Still Getting a Bargain (GGW)
    • Pope Francis: A New Era of "Mass" Transit? (ThisBigCity)
    • UK Won't Expand London's Road Pricing Program Nationally (Road Pricing)
    • Florida's Private Passenger Rail Line Uses Public Financing (Atlantic Cities)
    • Gov. Rick Scott's Terrible High-Speed Rail Decision Haunts Florida (Sun-Sentinel)
    • St. Paul Mayor Wants Tracks and Trails to Attract Young Talent (MPR)

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