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    • Senate Committee to Grill Anthony Foxx Next Week (Charlotte Observer, The Hill)
    • Will Foxx Carry On LaHood's Anti-Distracted Driving Mantle? (Michigan Radio)
    • Private Companies Could Help Fund, Maintain DC's Purple Line (WaPo)
    • A Century After Pedestrians Lost the Streets, They're Taking Them Back (The Smart Set)
    • Nostalgic for "Highway Revolts"? One's Happening Near Salt Lake City (Next City)
    • Governing Looks at the Growth of Bike Lanes and the Obstacles to Implementation
    • Infographic from GOOD: Prereqs for a Bikeable City
    • Personal Rapid Transit Hucksters Pitching Greenville, SC (Greenville Online)
    • D.C.'s Bike to Work Day Breaks Sign-Up Records (WashCycle)

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