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8:35 AM EDT on April 1, 2014

    • IPCC: Climate Change Is Even Worse Than You Thought (Slate)
    • 12 Charts Tell You (Almost) All You Need to Know About U.S. DOT's Latest Report (Journalists Resource)
    • Obama Boosts Livability Champion Sen. Brian Schatz In Heated Democratic Primary (WaPo)
    • Paul Ryan to Tee Up Yet Another Tiresome Budget Fight (Reuters)
    • Rear-Visibility Technology to Become Standard in All Cars (WSJ)
    • Speed Cameras' Success Makes a Convert Out of NJDOT (The Record)
    • High-Speed Rail Is Competing With Air Travel in China -- And Winning (Atlantic Cities)
    • Design Plans Will Dominate Philadelphia's Schuykill River Bank With Parking Garages (Inquirer)
    • Apple Seeks to Boost Bike/Walk/Transit Commute Share to 34% (MacRumors)
    • 10 Pro-Transit Arguments Against Free Transit (Crikey)
    • Should Kids Play in the Playground, or Should the Whole City Be Their Playground? (Globe)
    • 70 Percent of New Development for Population Growth Can Take Place on Existing Sites (Sourceable)

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