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Today’s Headlines

8:53 AM EDT on April 23, 2013

    • Two-Thirds of Americans Don't Want a 20-Cent Gas Tax Hike (The Hill, Governing, CNN, Politico)
    • Three Ways This Round of TIGER Is Different (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • WaPo Suggests Five Hypotheses to Explain Why More Young People Are Going Car-Free
    • AAA: The Cost of Car Ownership Rises to $9,122 a Year (USA Today)
    • Europe Sells Two Bikes For Every Car (ePedalar)
    • Americans Bought As Many E-Bikes As E-Cars Last Year (Yale Environment 360)
    • 40 Percent of On-the-Job Deaths Due to Transportation Crashes (Not Freak Explosions) (Bloomberg)
    • Toronto Discusses How to Handle Bixi's Debt Problem (Star)
    • Fort Worth Bike-Share Launches (Star-Telegram)
    • Madison Gets Creative With Trike-Share -- Cargo Bikes By the Hour (B-Cycle)
    • Americans Believe Global Warming Is Real, They Just Don't Really Care (WaPo)
    • Texas Instruments, Peace Corps, World Bank Named Bike-Friendly Businesses (Bike League)
    • Walking Can Help Stave Off Dementia, If You Don't Get Hit By a Car First (Atlantic Cities)

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