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9:12 AM EDT on June 7, 2013

    • Anthony Foxx on Track for Senate Confirmation (WSJ, Charlotte Observer)
    • What's Next for the 81-Year-Old (As of Yesterday) Federal Gas Tax? (Forbes)
    • Study on Why Cities Spur Innovation: It's All About the People (Atlantic Cities)
    • Andres Duany on How the "Mormon Grid" Got It Right in Salt Lake City (SL Trib)
    • California Chooses Contractor for First High-Speed Rail Leg (Reuters)
    • Discount Boston-NYC Bus Shut Down for Safety Reasons (Boston Mag, News & Observer)
    • Loudon County, VA Fears Impacts of Transit Funding Loss (Leesburg Today)
    • LA Plays Catch Up to Other Big Cities With Bus-Only Lanes (LAT)
    • Why BRT Could Be the Right Move for Montgomery County, MD (GGW)
    • So Why Aren't People Using Beijing's Bike Share? (ChinaDaily)

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