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8:50 AM EDT on September 23, 2013

    • Two Children Die and 338 Are Injured Every Day While Riding in Vehicles (Forbes)
    • Will Water Bill Pass, Giving Transpo a Chance to Be Debated? (The Hill)
    • Yesterday Was Car-Free Day in China Too (Xinhua)
    • Yglesias: New Jersey Should Raise Its Gas Tax (and End the Full Service Mandate) (Slate)
    • SEPTA Budget Cuts Could Mean the Loss of 89,000 Daily Riders in Philly Area (Patch)
    • Amtrak Supporters Rally to Save Hoosier Line (JC Online)
    • "Zombie" Candidate Runs for Edmonton Office on Platform of Sustainable Urban Development (Canoe)
    • Illinois Bucks National Trend, Seeks to Eliminate Gas Sales Tax (Clinton Herald)
    • ... Better Idea Would Be to Raise the Gas Tax (Southtown Star)
    • Are Truck Sideguards to Protect Cyclists and Pedestrians Really "Too Expensive"? (TreeHugger)
    • All Engineering Students Should Experience European Bike Infrastructure (Globe, Times-Dispatch)

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