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8:55 AM EDT on October 28, 2013

    • Now That the Water Bill Is Done, Will Congress Pass a Rail Reauthorization? (The Hill)
    • Connecticut Needs to Upgrade Old Infrastructure -- Or Learn to Live with Long Commutes (AP)
    • Because Hey, Every Driver Prefers Subsidized Roads to Ones They Pay For Themselves (WSB)
    • Austin to Improve Bike Lane Connectivity (KVUE)
    • News-Observer: Wake County, NC, Needs to Join Neighbors in Investing in Transit
    • The Only Thing Keeping Us From Bike-Share Bliss Is a Math Problem (Salon)
    • Salon: Someday We'll All Bike-Share to Work
    • What Sustainable Transportation Modes Have Already Reached a Tipping Point? (Urban Times)
    • If 90% of Vehicles Were Self-Driving, 21,700 Lives and $447 Billion Could Be Saved a Year (AP)
    • Jakarta Gov Sees Through Green-Car Incentives, Models Anti-Congestion Governance (Bangkok Post)
    • Not Enough Space on Kolkata Streets -- So Government Bans Bikes?! (Financial Chronicle)

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