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8:51 AM EDT on April 29, 2014

    • Road Builders: U.S. Has 63,000 Bridges in Need of Repair (Think Progress)
    • Google Teaches Self-Driving Cars How to Behave Around Cyclists and Pedestrians (Google Blog)
    • As Seattle Prop 1 Election Returns Remain Disappointing, New Proposal Emerges (KUOW)
    • Massachusetts Seeks to Reduce Bike Injuries and Deaths By 20 Percent (BostInno)
    • If DC Wants to Make a Modest Adjustment to Its Height Act, It's OK By Congress (The Hill)
    • Officials Want to Widen Deadly Florida Speedway to Reduce Congestion (Huh?) (NBC)
    • Austin Has a Drinking and Driving Problem (Culture Map)
    • For Older Americans, a Bus Stop Is Freedom (Gizmodo)
    • Toronto Mayoral Candidate Records Pro-Subway Version of Pitbull and Ke$ha's "Timber" (CP24)
    • "Why I Taught My Daughter to Bike in New York City" (Treehugger)
    • If Biking Is Up, Why Are Bike Shops Struggling? (Motley Fool)

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