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    • Biden and Foxx Tout 5-Year Anniversary of Federal Stimulus (ENews PFAP)
    • ... And Lawmakers Reflect on Its Legacy With The Hill
    • After Rough Four Years, NJ Transit Chief Resigns (NYTBloomberg)
    • NTSB Recommends Cameras, Speed Signs for Metro-North (The Hill, AP)
    • LaHood Joins Board of Electric Bus Company (Peoria Journal Star)
    • Move MN Pushes Tax Increases for Minnesota Transpo (Pioneer Press)
    • Vancouver Olympics Paved Way for Public-Private Transit (Atlantic Cities)
    • Tennessean Opinion: Nashville Needs Dedicated Funds for Transit
    • What Are the Top European Cities for Walking, Biking, Transit? (Treehugger)
    • How Tri-State Universities Are Working to Reduce Car Use (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Bike Lanes on Rockville Pike? (Gazette)

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