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8:56 AM EDT on July 2, 2013

    • Anthony Foxx Will Be Sworn In as U.S. Transportation Secretary Today (WBTV)
    • LaHood Doubles Down on "People Are Always Going to Have Cars" Line in Q&A with Atlantic Cities
    • How the Koch Brothers Stifle Action on Climate Change (Salon)
    • Infographic: NYC Bike-Share's Stunning First Month (Transport Gooru)
    • One-Quarter of Nebraska's Sales Tax Goes to New Highway Construction (World-Herald)
    • This Town Banned Cars 115 Years Ago and Never Looked Back (Treehugger)
    • Rails-to-Trails Reveals the Surprising Return on Investment From Trails (TID)
    • In Cuba, Discount Bicycle Parts Is Part of the Government's Transportation Package (Global Post)

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