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8:59 AM EDT on July 8, 2013

    • The Top of Foxx's To-Do List: Figure Out a Revenue Source for Transportation (The Hill)
    • Who Better to Unseat Car-Loving Wisc. Gov. Walker Than a Trek Bicycle Executive? (Journal-Sentinel)
    • Keep This in Mind the Next Time You Hear Hysterical Estimates of the Costs of Congestion (WaPo)
    • Lessons From the BART Strike (SPUR)
    • The Limits of Density in the Bay Area (Price Roads)
    • Tahrir Square Isn't in Some Car-Oriented Suburb (and That's No Coincidence) (Atlantic Cities)
    • To Revitalize a Blighted Neighborhood, Bring in a Brewery (NYT)
    • Is Paper Pulp the Solution to the Bike-Share Helmet Problem? (Urban Times)
    • Playing Dead on a Stroad Near You (Strong Towns)

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