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    • LA Times Makes the Case for Janette Sadik-Khan to Come Lead LA's Transpo Department
    • To Improve Bike/Ped Connectivity, Boston Buries 432 Parking Spots Under Highway (Herald)
    • Amid Bike-Share Boom, One System Goes Bust (Planetizen)
    • Amtrak Increasingly Popular in North Carolina (FayObserver)
    • Wyoming Just Raised Its Gas Tax 10 Cents a Gallon -- And It's Not Enough (AP)
    • Minnesota Also Struggles With Transpo Funding Shortfalls (Marshall Independent)
    • Both BART Unions Approve Contracts (Pleasanton Weekly)
    • DC Feels Your Pain Chicago: CDOT Chief Gabe Klein Moves to the Private Sector (Streetsblog)
    • Minneapolis' Nice Ride Bike-Share Extends to Bemidji, 200 Miles North (Bemidji Pioneer)
    • Atlanta Demands Better Transit (Saporta Report)
    • Cyclist Behavior Is Only As Good As the Infrastructure They Ride In (Chicago Mag)
    • The Collapse of Infrastructure Spending in One Chart (Truthdig)

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