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9:01 AM EDT on May 29, 2013

    • Leadership Shift Likely for House Transpo Committee (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Many Taxpayers Have No Clue How Much They Pay Toward Transpo (WaPo)
    • Car-Sharing Evolves From "Quirky Market Niche" to Big-Time Industry (Atlantic Cities)
    • California Bullet Train Agency Lowers Risk of Cost Overruns (LAT)
    • Starting Today, Congress for New Urbanism Convenes in Salt Lake City (SL Trib)
    • As Alta Celebrates with NYC Bike-Share, It Takes Heat in D.C. (Housing Complex)
    • In Dallas, a Push for Highway Teardown (Next City)
    • How About Some Free Ferries for Cyclists in NY/NJ? (Planetizen)
    • Charlotte City Council Finally Commits to Streetcar (WCNC)
    • Will Thrifty D.C.-Area Drivers Just Flock to Virginia for Cheaper Gas? (Examiner)

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