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8:41 AM EDT on April 30, 2013

    • Sustainable Transpo Advocates Pleased by Foxx Pick (The Hill)
    • Foxx Could Be Friendly to Cincinnati Streetcar (Examiner)
    • No, Foxx Isn't a Transportation Expert; Neither Were Half of the Last 10 Secretaries (TID)
    • Obama: "LaHood May Be the Best Transportation Secretary the Nation’s Ever Had" (The Hill)
    • LaHood, In Turn, Heaps Praise on His Successor (Fast Lane) and His Boss (TPM)
    • Rendell and Oberstar, Passed Over For DOT Job, Have Sobering Words for Foxx (Politico, MinnPost)
    • First Year of Obama's "Strong Cities, Strong Communities" Program Yields Modest Successes (Next City)
    • Former GM Exec Suggests Raising Gas Taxes, People Freak Out (Forbes 1, 2)
    • You're Paying For Your Neighbor's Noxious Automobile Habit (Planetizen)
    • Case Studies in How Bicycling Boosts Business (Momentum)
    • In Increasingly Livable Washington, Gas Stations Disappear (WaPo)
    • The World's 20 Most Bike-Friendly Cities (Copenhagenize via Planetizen)
    • E-Bikes: "An Increasingly Viable Option for Urban Mobility"(CleanTechnica)

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