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8:53 AM EDT on June 3, 2013

    • LaHood Tells Govs: "Congress Needs to Find $500 or $600 billion and Pass a 5-Year Bill" (Detroit News)
    • LaHood Promises $185M in Federal Funds For New York Gateway Project (Railway Gazette)
    • NHTSA Looks to Future of Self-Driving Cars, Seeks to Regulate It (LAT)
    • More Crumbling Bridges, This Time Over the Columbia Gorge (Boise Weekly)
    • Moscow, With New Bike-Share, Struggles to Get Cyclists Out in a City Still Unsafe for Cyclists (Rappler)
    • Aspen Bike-Share Opens This Week (ABC7)
    • Good Encourages Readers to Commit to Car-Free Days
    • How Toronto Came to Be Ruled By City-Hating, Right-Wing Suburbanites (Star)
    • UPS and FedEx Have Racked Up More Than $5.5 Million in Parking Tickets Since 2011 (WaPo)
    • West Texans Say They'd Ride the Bus If They Knew the Schedule, Saw More Ads (CBS7)
    • The Nation Digs Through Its Archives to Find the Last Golden Age of Bicycles
    • Cities With Less Driving Have More Potential for Social Interaction (Fast Company)

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