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    • Rogoff Warns DOT Might Have to Slow Payments to States (Bloomberg)
    • Congress Kicks Off Quest to Fill Hole in Highway Trust Fund (Trucking Info)
    • 12 Labor Unions Urge Congress to Restore Transit Tax Break to Same Level as Parking (The Hill)
    • Why Congress Needs to Restore Parity Between Transit and Parking Benefits (Wired)
    • Hillary Clinton Hasn't Driven a Car Since 1996 (The Hill)
    • NJ Ped Safety Bills Get New Lease on Life (Mobilizing the Region)
    • "No Tax for Tracks" Transit Haters Rev Up in Tampa Area (WTSP)
    • Public Concern Over Infrastructure Up 9% to 18th Place -- Tied With “Moral Breakdown” (Pew)
    • Cars Losing Favor, in Illinois and Around the Country (HuffPo)
    • Waze and Other Transpo Apps: "Incredibly Useful, Incredibly Dangerous" (Governing)
    • The Beauty of the Time-Based Transfer (Global Toronto)

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