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    • Head of Mayors Group Talks Transpo Issues, Shutdown with Politico
    • Which U.S. Cities Have the Fewest Car Commuters? (Grist)
    • Utah Transit Aims to Double Ridership by 2020 (SL Trib)
    • Phoenix Mayor: Cities Can't Wait on Feds for Transpo Projects (Cronkite News Service)
    • Long-Distance Amtrak Routes at Risk Without Federal Aid (Star-Telegram)
    • Obamacare Won't Help Anybody Without Transit Options (Times and Democrat)
    • Chicago Bike-Share Scales Back, But Keeps Chugging, For Winter (Sun-Times)
    • "Reinvent Phoenix" Seeks to Transform Car Culture (Better Cities & Towns)
    • Portland Trades 163 Car Parking Spots for 1,644 Bike Spots (Treehugger)

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