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8:53 AM EST on December 10, 2013

    • Congress Might Actually Pass a Budget! (WaPo)
    • Bipartisan Lawmakers Launch Congressional Public-Private Partnerships Caucus (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Truckers Apprehensive About Blumenauer's New VMT Bill (The Trucker)
    • Blumenauer's Plan to Raise the Gas Tax Is the Best and Least Popular Idea in Washington (Slate)
    • If GM Is Now So Profitable, Why Did Taxpayers Lose $10.5 Billion on the Bailout? (The Hill)
    • The First Transit Super Bowl? (, Fox)
    • California HSR Has Suffered Setbacks, Yes. But Death Throes? Not Quite. (Streetsblog LA)
    • California' Riverside County Get $75 Million Federal Grant for New Commuter Line (SF Gate)
    • SF Protestors Object to Two-Tiered Transpo System: Googly and Non-Googly (Salon)
    • Eugene Students' Buffered Bike Lane Idea Could Become Reality (Bike Portland)
    • Do All Transit Agencies Have Holiday Gift Swag As Cool As Toronto's? (BlogTO)
    • Simple Suburban Retrofits: Before and After Photos (Switchboard)

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