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8:52 AM EDT on June 18, 2013

    • The Million Dollar Question: Is There an All-Powerful Bike Lobby? Politico: No. WSJ: Totes.
    • Transit Ridership Declined 1.9 Percent in First Quarter (APTA)
    • Feds to Developers: No Prob, Sprawl Out into Wildfire Zones, We've Got You Covered (WaPo)
    • Waiting for a "Grand Bargain" to Fix the Gas Tax? You'll Be Waiting a While. (Jared Bernstein)
    • The National Association of Realtors Has Given $1 Million in Grants for Smart Growth
    • FRA Committee OKs High-Speed Rail Crashworthiness Standards (Railway Age)
    • Detroit's Brand-New Regional Transit Authority Unveils Train Cars for New Line (Next City)
    • France's Electric Car-Share Comes to Indianapolis (Inside EVs)
    • Inject Some "Whoopdeedoo" in Your City's Bike Plan. It's This Easy. (Treehugger)
    • Brazilians Protest Public Transit Fare Hikes Amid Government Spending on Soccer (LAHT)

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