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    • Did You Take Part in the International No-Pants Train Ride Celebration This Weekend? (Seattle PI)
    • Senators Win New Rule on Train Safety Cameras From the FRA (NBC)
    • Iowa and Washington Legislatures Must Finally Pass Transportation Measures (Register, Herald)
    • Some States Raise Taxes to Fund Transportation. Scott Walker's Wisconsin Cuts Them. (Journal-Sentinal)
    • These Global Leaders Ride Transit (Rappler)
    • How Federal Highway Money Convinced Syracuse to Destroy Itself (Post-Standard)
    • Seattle Light Rail Pedestrian Concourse Construction Begins Today (KIRO-TV)
    • Sioux Falls Warily Eyes a Future of More Sprawl, Less Farmland (Argus Leader)
    • Michigan DOT's Road Diet Trial in Downtown Whitehall Gets Cheers (MLive)
    • City Commissioner: Transit, Biking and Walking Will Prevent Congestion in Gainesville, FL (Sun)
    • Elly Blue on the Perception that Cyclists Are Freeloaders, Scofflaws or Elitists (Salon)
    • Infographic: What Country Drives the Most? OK That Was an Easy One. (Grist)

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