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8:53 AM EDT on April 14, 2014

    • WaPo's Dr. Gridlock Urges Caution on Plan to Dismantle DC's DOT
    • Detroit Is Raising Parking Ticket Fines for the Wrong Reasons (Freep)
    • The Case Against Funding Roads With Sales Taxes (Columbia Daily Tribune)
    • Newsday Editorializes About the Need for Congress to Approve New Revenue for Transpo
    • New VA Governor McAuliffe Re-Thinking McDonnell's Transpo Projects (Times Dispatch)
    • Topeka Offers a Reminder That Bike Infrastructure Brings Riders and Business (Capital-Journal)
    • City Living Just For Single People? Tell That to These 3-Kid Families in Manhattan (NYT)
    • A People's History of the McMansion (Salon)
    • Light Rail Won't Help Your City If Driving Is Still Too Cheap (Atlantic Cities)
    • John Massengale's New Book Explains How to Tell if a Road Was Built for Walking (Salon)

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