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    • Forbes Analyzes the Democrats' Plan to Pay for Infrastructure By Cutting Corporate Taxes
    • Virginia Hybrid Owners May Not Have to Help Pay for Roads After All (WaPo)
    • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed on Making Smart Transpo Decisions With Scarce Resources (HuffPo)
    • On Heels of Oil-Train Crashes, FRA Issues New Safety Regs (The Hill)
    • Iowa Has Already Spent Next Year's Federal Transportation Funds (Sioux City Journal)
    • Officials Throw Cold Water on LRT to LAX Idea (LAT)
    • Why DC's Poorest, Biggest, Blackest Ward Has 0 of the City's 72 Bike Lanes (City Paper, Wash Cycle)
    • The Looming Explosion in 3rd-World Car Use Is Avoidable (Reuters)
    • Driving Isn't Fun Anymore (And Other Reasons Young People Will Keep Driving Less) (Treehugger)
    • U.S. Court: Oil Drillers Can't Just Lie About Environmental Impacts (Salon)
    • The Case for Political Candidates Staying Mum on Transit (Torontoist)

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