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8:51 AM EDT on August 12, 2013

    • Cantor: Don't Worry About Government Shutdown; Our Efforts to Do So Are Futile (WaPo)
    • If Distracted Driving Is So Dangerous and So Widespread, Why Are Fatalities Falling? (Bike Portland)
    • Could Demand for Oil Peak Before Supply? (WaPo)
    • Opposition to UK'S HS2 Grows With Cost Projections. (Sound Familiar, California?) (NYT)
    • Speed Cameras' Windfall Show Just How Much People Were Speeding in Chicago (Systemic Failure)
    • TSTC Re-Imagines New Jersey's Route 35 Makeover With a Complete Streets Approach
    • Seattle's Taxi Drivers Are Freaking Out About New Car-Sharing Services (Crosscut)
    • Most Cities Still Have No Idea How and Where Growth Happens (Atlantic Cities)
    • Are We Just Not Ready for a Car Service That Uses Congestion Pricing? (Next City)
    • Missed the #WomenBike Twitter Chat? Read It Here (
    • Five Creative Innovations in Public Furniture (This Big City)

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