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    • Three Great Pieces of Legislation Next Week's Bike Summit Will Push to Pass (Bike League)
    • DC Silver Line Opening Delayed a Third Time; Long-Delayed Streetcar Could Open First (City Paper)
    • Connected Car Technology Could Set the Stage for VMT Fee (The Hill)
    • Here's How You Win an Argument Over Bike Lanes (Bike Portland)
    • Poor Transit Could Cancel Out Obamacare's Gains in Children's Health Coverage (Modern Healthcare)
    • Five Takeaways From This Week's World Urban Forum (Next City)
    • Illiana Tollway a Hard Sell to Residents Concerned About Local Street Disruptions (Chicago Tribune)
    • Public Transportation Helps Integrate Racially Separated Capetown (Good)
    • 2013 Was a Tough Year for the Bike Industry (Bicycle Retailer)

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