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    • After Commuting Troubles This Week, How Will "Mass-Transit Super Bowl" Pan Out? (Bloomberg)
    • Meanwhile, Next City Dismisses the Transit Anxieties
    • Atlanta Mayor Says State, Not City, to Blame for Snowjam (The Hill)
    • Don't Blame the Snow or the Politics -- Blame the Car-Dependency (Gizmodo)
    • Feds Put $25M Toward Green Buses (Earth Techling)
    • More and More, Cyclists Brave the Cold Commutes (WaPo)
    • One Idea for Replacing the Transit Commuter Benefit (Planetizen)
    • Can LIRR Keep its Spot as Nation's No. 1 Passenger Rail? (Railway Age)
    • Yes, It's Possible to Live Car-Free in LA (LA Weekly)
    • Can Better Streets Save the Suburbs? (Streets MN)
    • Utah Gives iPads to College Students Who Use Transit (Deseret News)

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