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    • Blumenauer's Gas Tax Proposal Is Probably DOA, But He Has Plans to Go Further (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Metro-North Engineer Unlikely to Face Criminal Prosecution for Crash that Killed Four?  (USA Today)
    • Two Senators Demand Cameras on Train Tracks (AP, NY1)
    • NHTSA Announces New Plan for Safe Senior Driving
    • Has Amtrak Abandoned Its Vision of 220-MPH Trains of the Northeast Corridor? (Inquirer)
    • How to Design a City Where No One Can Relax (BBC)
    • DART Creaks Back to Life After 3-Day Ice Storm Outage (Culture Map)
    • How Stockton's Green Building Law Could End Up Exacerbating Sprawl (RecordNet)
    • Tampa Area, Which Rejected Transit Measure a Few Years Ago, Is Beginning to See the Light (TBO)
    • LoHud: Amp Proponents in Nashville Are Falling Short at Selling Their Vision
    • Cry Me a River: The Grim Suffering That Is Bike Commuting in Portland (Salon)

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