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    • U.S. DOT Proposes Freight Network Routes (Trucking Info, FHWA)
    • Transportation for America Reveals Its 2.0 Iteration Today
    • Walker vs. Christie: GOP Can Choose Its Favorite Train Killer in 2016 (Slate)
    • PA Construction Officials Warn of Safety Implications of Transpo Bill Loss (SacBee)
    • Washington State Transpo Proposal Prioritizes Highways Over All Else (Sightline)
    • Japan Woos U.S. Honchos With Talk of Northeast Corridor Maglev (Toledo Blade)
    • "Where We Ride": Bike League Rankings Show the Geography of Cycling
    • Philly, Hamstrung By Suburb-Heavy SEPTA Board, Could Still Do Much More (Keystone Politics)
    • Raleigh Still Struggling With Transit Decision (Public Record)
    • Will the HampLine Be The Most Innovative Bikeway in America? (Ioby)
    • I Get Around, Round, Round, Round -- By Bike, Foot and Transit (Switchboard)

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