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8:50 AM EDT on October 29, 2013

    • Bill Shuster Brings Bipartisanship Back to House Transportation Committee (National Journal)
    • House Freight Panel to Issue Recommendations Today (The Hill)
    • Amtrak CEO Warns Northeast Corridor Infrastructure Is "Aging and Failure Prone" (The Hill)
    • The Hidden Cost of Commuting: Time Better Spent Doing Anything Else (NYT)
    • Hidden Costs of Suburban Living: Free Parking and Other Externalities (Globe and Mail)
    • More Hidden Costs of Sprawl: You Pay For the Cars, Your City Pays For the Rest (Toronto Star)
    • Toll Roads Aren't the Only Ones: Chicago Transit Agency Gets Credit Downgrade (Reuters)
    • Not “Beautiful, Useful, or Safe,” But Sure, Let's Build a Bike Path Next to Keystone XL (Think Progress)
    • Iowa Wants a Bike Plan, Too (Business Record)
    • A Colorful Ranking of Cities By Sustainable Commute Mode Share (Atlantic Cities)

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