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9:03 AM EDT on August 7, 2013

    • U.S. DOT Ped Safety Push Leads to Stories About "Distracted Walking" and "Drunk Walking" (APLAT)
    • Rep. Susan Collins: Senate Missed Its Chance With Transpo Bill (Bangor Daily)
    • Orlando Plans to Go After Those U.S. DOT Pedestrian Grants (Orlando Sentinel)
    • How Maryland Is One-Upping Everybody With Transpo Leadership (NRDC Switchboard)
    • New App Puts Transpo/Construction Workers in Touch with Feds (Better Roads)
    • CityWatch LA: Time to Learn from Our Transportation Mistakes
    • Republican Lawmakers Want Audit for California High-Speed Rail (AP)
    • An Argument for Transit Investment in Tampa (TBO)
    • Sacramento and Chico Go Green With Bike Lanes 
    • Grist Looks at the Shifting Tides of Copenhagen's Cycling Supremacy

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