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8:47 AM EDT on April 22, 2014

    • CBO: President Obama's $302 Billion Transportation Budget Still $4B Short (LandLine)
    • Outgoing NTSB Chief Deborah Hersman Warns of Complacency (The Hill)
    • Here's Why We Need to Stop Relying on Alternative Fuels to Save Us From Global Warming (AP)
    • Seattle Votes Today on Measure to Fund Transit (Seattle Transit Blog)
    • Bertha Will Be Back in Business Tunneling Under Seattle... In 11 Months (PI)
    • Public Consultation Is Great, But the Process Over DC's Zoning Update Is Getting Crazy (GGW)
    • We're #220! Atlanta's Saporta Report Examines the Meaning of Smart Growth America's Sprawl Ranking
    • The New York Times Catches on to Millennials' Preference for Cities, But Can't Figure Out Why (Grist)
    • Universities to Measure the "Imagination" of HSR in the US (
    • Want to Enforce the Three-Foot Passing Law? Do It Like This Guy in Houston (Click2Houston)
    • Transportation Jobs Around the World (Gizmodo)

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