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    • One More Congressman Comes Out for Gas tax Increase (Sun Sentinel)
    • SSTI Review: Caltrans “Acting Too Much as Highway Dept., Not Mobility Dept." (Streetsblog SF, SacBee)
    • Not Kidding: South Carolina DOT Director Resigns After DUI Arrest (Myrtle Beach Online)
    • TxDOT Studying Rail Expansion Options in Texas and Oklahoma (Killeen Daily Herald)
    • Huge Data Dump Supports Investment in Ann Arbor Transit (Ann Arbor Chronicle)
    • DC Cyclists Not Deterred by Arctic Temperatures (WaPo)
    • Instead of Paying for Expensive Study, Marin Transit Directors Could Just Ride It and See (Marin News)
    • For HSR to Work, Pick Big, Transit-Served Destination Cities 200-600 Miles Apart (WSJ)
    • London's Year of the Bus Highlights Need for Transit Investment (Urban Times)
    • Developing Countries' Car Use Will Explode Without Deliberate Policies to Counter It (Reuters)
    • A Gift for Germany's Bored Pedestrian: Pong at Red Lights (Transport Gooru)

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