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8:54 AM EST on November 12, 2013

    • Ray LaHood Makes Clear His Distracted Driving Crusade Left a Lot of Business Unfinished (HuffPo)
    • Washington Governor Calls Legislature Back for Special Transportation Session (Land Line)
    • How Hawaii Is Trying to Become More Pedestrian-Friendly (Skift)
    • Businesses Seeking to Lure the "Creative Class" Push for Raleigh Area Transit (News & Observer)
    • Seattle Transit Cuts Could Hurt Streetcar Most of All (Next City)
    • Inspired by All Aboard Florida, Private Train Company Eyes Texas (Biz Journal)
    • Meet the Leaders Behind Bike-Share (Good)
    • Let Your Children Play Outside (Switchboard)
    • Safe, Attractive Bike Infrastructure Will Win Over the "Swing Voters of the Street" (Atlantic Cities)
    • This 8-Word Petition Gets to the Heart of What's Wrong With Our Streets (Good)

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