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8:58 AM EDT on April 23, 2014

    • Obama Team Drawing Up a Specific Transportation Bill Proposal (The Hill)
    • EPA Chief on the Road This Week to Promote Climate Action Plan (EHS Today)
    • WaPo: What Price Will Riders Pay for Metro's Mess?
    • Beth Osborne: Focus Transpo Resources on Local Communities (Atlantic Cities)
    • Across the Country, Transit Agencies Shift Away from Diesel (Governing)
    • How to Calculate "Right Size Parking" (GCN)
    • Vox Explains the Deal With Streetcars
    • Local Sales Tax Might Fund BRT in Georgia (Marietta Daily Journal)
    • Bike League Names Bike-Friendly Businesses
    • How the Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theory Is Holding Back Cities (NRDC Switchboard)
    • Is Vegas on Its Way to Controlling Sprawl? (Vegas Seven)

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