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8:53 AM EST on March 3, 2014

    • The National Bike Summit Starts Today in Washington
    • President Obama Looks to Urban Rail Transit to Burnish Transportation Legacy (The Hill)
    • Delaware's Tom Carper to Lead Key Transportation Panel in U.S. Senate (WaPo)
    • Alliance for Biking and Walking Announces "Navigating MAP-21" Workshop Dates for 2014
    • Seattle's Bell Street Park Doing Everything a City Street Should (Pedestrian Chronicles)
    • Even Amid Safety Concerns, Connecticut Raids Its Own Transportation Fund (News Times)
    • Naming Rights for Transit Aren't Selling Too Well in Boston (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Picking Apart Upstate New York's Passenger Rail Plans (Pedestrian Observations)
    • California Governor Defends Plan to Fund HSR With Cap-and-Trade Revenue (CAHSR Blog)
    • Nissan Touts New Car as "Ultimate Urban Experience"... in Bike-Loving Denmark (Copenhagenize)

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