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9:03 AM EDT on April 12, 2013

    • Florida Looks at Bike Safety Problems as Summit Takes Place (Tampa Bay TimesNews Press)
    • NRDC Switchboard: The Biggest Sprawl Isn't Necessarily Where You'd Expect
    • California Governor Rides China Bullet Chain, Looking for Inspiration and Investors (LATAP)
    • Truck Industry Heaps Scorn on Obama's Budget (FleetOwner)
    • Reconciliation Could Be Possible on Massachusetts Transpo Funding (Boston Globe, AP)
    • Maryland Looks for Private Funds for D.C. Purple Line, Baltimore Red Line (WaPo)
    • It's "Walk to Work Day" in San Fran (Streetsblog SF)
    • Should the Public or Private Sector Run DC's Streetcar? (GGW)
    • Which Cycling Project Is Most Visionary? (Atlantic Cities)

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