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8:52 AM EDT on July 23, 2013

    • Obama Would Veto House Transportation Budget (The Hill)
    • No Worries, The Senate Won't Pass the House Bill. This Is What They'll Be Doing Instead (WaPo)
    • Anthony Foxx's First Trip as Secretary Focuses on Rail Safety (Fast Lane)
    • Chuck Schumer Wants Climate Adaptation Measures for Rail in Next Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Sen. Wicker Pleads for "Tolerance" For Climate Deniers Who Will Cook the Planet (MSNBC)
    • The More Your Town Uses Transit, the Lower Its Risk of Mortgage Default (Switchboard)
    • Do You Watch Your Neighborhood Like George Zimmerman or Jane Jacobs? (Atlantic Cities)
    • What Do Bike-Share Docks Have in Common With Yoplait and the Olympic Torch? (NY Mag)
    • Streetfilms Goes to Amsterdam to Investigate NY Times Claim that There Are Too Many Bikes
    • Bike Portland Asks a Lawyer For Tips on Responding to Anti-Bike Harassment

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