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9:02 AM EDT on May 30, 2013

    • In Spite of High-Profile Accidents, Rails Are Safer Than Ever (APUSA Today)
    • LaHood Praises Bans on Texting Behind the Wheel (The Hill)
    • Baltimore County Exec to Take Reins of Busy Maryland DOT (WaPoCapital Gazette)
    • Lessons Learned from Charlotte's Streetcar Battles (Charlotte Biz Journal)
    • Zappos Founder's Project 100 Tries to Get People Out of Cars in Vegas (Good)
    • Congress for New Urbanism: Day 2 in Salt Lake City (Strong Towns)
    • Despite Cash from Feds, D.C. Metro Ridership Falls (Examiner)
    • Mexico's "Supercivicos" Shame Drivers in Bike Lanes (Treehugger)
    • Why Potential Bike Tax in Portland Isn't as Unpopular as You May Think (Bike Portland)

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