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    • Connecticut: Another Carmaggeddon That Wasn't (CNN)
    • Northeast Corridor Can Expect a Normal Rush Hour Commute Wednesday Morning (Reuters)
    • Heritage Scripts the Anti-Livability, Pro-Sprawl Talking Points for Foxx's Confirmation Hearing
    • Why Did the Last Climate Bill Fail? Unemployment Was Too High. (WaPo)
    • Transportation Experts Respond to U.S. PIRG Study on the Decline in Driving (National Journal)
    • Two Options for Metro Upgrades: Years of Weekend Work or 5-Month Shutdown (GGW)
    • Why a Incentivizing a Car-Lite Workforce Is Good for Business (Bike Portland)
    • Study: You're Not As Visible at Night on Your Bike As You Think You Are (Bike Portland)
    • Walkability Around Home and School Means More Active Kids (CHEO)
    • How Eliminating the "Yes Buts" Cut Stanford Car Commuting by a Quarter (Good)
    • Bicycle Innovations, Courtesy of Kickstarter (Design Boom)

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