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    • FHWA Publishes State VMT and Highway Info, Showing Just How Much California Drives
    • Transportation Committee Learns to Live Without Earmarks -- But Doesn't Like It (National Journal)
    • Is the Mainstream Media Incapable of Doing Decent Coverage of Traffic Enforcement? (Streetsblog LA)
    • Why Doesn't Anyone Talk About the Costs of Transit Congestion? (Business Vancouver)
    • After All That Hand-Wringing, Ford Finally Invests in Bikes (EV World)
    • Another Big Increase in Biking That Won't Show Up on Official Data (Wash Cycle)
    • New Research to Rub Salt in the Wound of the U.S.'s Inferior Bike Culture (Rutgers via Bike League)
    • If the Hyperloop Is Just a Doomed Transit Fantasy, It'll Be in Good Company (Wired)
    • NYC Transit Hero Gene Russianoff: "A Fare Hike Is a Tax Hike" (NYT)
    • Name Hurricanes After Climate Deniers? Sign Here. (Climate Name Change/
    • La Paz, Bolivia, Employs Zebras to Help Pedestrians Cross the Street (Atlantic Cities)
    • DC Survey Shows That Drivers, Cyclists and Straphangers All Want the Same Things (GGW)

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