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    • Multi-Family Housing Is Leading the Recovery as Single-Family Stagnates (NYT)
    • Foxx Pushes Transportation Bill at Road Widening Site (TBT)
    • Does the Earmark Ban Lead to More Strategic Bills, Or More Difficult Negotiations? (WSJ)
    • Gas Tax's Buying Power at an All-Time Low in 10 States (CityLab)
    • Milwaukee Transit Advocates Win Bus Service During Zoo Interchange Construction (Journal-Sentinel)
    • New Jersey Advances Infrastructure Bank Idea to Avoid Insolvency (Burlington County Times)
    • LaHood Joins Infrastructure Investment Firm (NYT)
    • Car-Centric Road Design Fails Cyclists: A Spirited Discussion of the Idaho Stop (Strong Towns)
    • This Crosswalk Is Dangerous: You Might Have to Stop Your Car! (Utica OD)
    • Google Maps Adds Elevation to Bike Routes (Tech Crunch)

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