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8:54 AM EST on February 5, 2014

    • As U.N. Envoy, Bloomberg Stresses Cities' Role in Climate Progress (ReutersGuardian)
    • Obama Taps D.C. Planning Director Tregoning for HUD (WaPo)
    • Shuster Favors Mileage Tax for Highway Bill (Bloomberg)
    • ...While LaHood Continues to Push for Gas Tax (HuffPo)
    • High-Speed Rail Contracts Could Create 28,000 New American Jobs (The Hill)
    • EPA Honors Seven Smart-Growth Initiatives (APENews Park Forest)
    • ...Including Mixed-Use Project in Sacramento (Merced Sun-Star)
    • How Did the U.S. End Up So Much More Auto-Centric Than Europe? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Baton Rouge Works on Funding for Streetcar (Baton Rouge Biz Report)
    • L.A. Bike Planning Goes Through Inevitable Growing Pains (L.A. Times)
    • Rail Advocates Want Solutions for Amtrak Delays in Northern Plains (Associations Now)
    • Atlantic Cities Looks at the Evolution of American Commuting Habits

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