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8:52 AM EDT on April 21, 2014

    • Sen. Carper to Lobby Finance Committee for a Gas Tax Increase (News Journal)
    • Sec. Foxx Spreads Doomsday Message on Transpo Tour (Dallas Morning News)
    • Connecticut Senator Nearly Hit By a Train During Press Conference on Rail Safety (Examiner)
    • Lawrence Summers: High Unemployment + Low Interest Rates = Time to Invest in Infrastructure (Globe)
    • Seattle Suspends Its Attack on Ride-Sharing (GeekWire)
    • Lawmaker Seeks to Block Colorado's 50-Year P3 Contract for Road Widening (Mountain Town News)
    • Red Light Cameras: Rear-End Crashes Up, But Dangerous Crashes Way Down (AP)
    • Santiago, Chile, Has Lots of Biking, But Design Flaws Push Cyclists Onto the Sidewalk (Atlantic Cities)
    • Americans Still Drive the Under-a-Mile Trips That Europeans Walk or Bike (Daily Sun)
    • As Cities Grow Taller, Will Sunlight Become a Scarce Commodity? (Salon)

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