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8:42 AM EST on December 17, 2013

    • Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) Tries to Save the Transit Benefit (The Hill)
    • Cincy Council Members Ask FTA for Guidance on Paying for Streetcar With Private Funds (WVXU)
    • Oregon Studies Carbon Tax (News Times)
    • Connecticut Business Leaders Beg for Highway Expansion (New Haven Register)
    • You Too, Eh? Canadian Youth Also Flock to Urban Neighborhoods (Science Codex)
    • A Huge Park -- And a Huge Amount of Parking -- Anchor New Minneapolis Development (NextCity)
    • DC City Council Hears Cyclists' Concerns (NBC)
    • Yes, You Can Have a Baby and Stay Car-Free. But Can You Have Two? (Grist)
    • New Bullet Train Service Cuts Paris-to-Barcelona Travel Time in Half (Travelers Today)
    • A Mashup of the Right's Loony Attacks on Bikes and Transit (Treehugger)
    • Hilarious Video of the Man Who Lived on His Bike (Hands-Free!) (Transport Gooru)

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