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    • Obama Taps San Antonio Mayor as HUD Chief (NYT)
    • Funding for DC Metro Goes Unscathed in House Bill (The Hill)
    • LaHood Presses Lawmakers on Gas Tax (The Hill)
    • Kansas City Streetcar Construction Officially Underway (KC Biz Journal)
    • Bakersfield to Sue California High-Speed Rail Authority (Fresno Bee)
    • Bacon's Rebellion Counters WSJ Claims on the Comeback of the Suburbs
    • Minneapolis Looking to Spend $50M to Overhaul Signature Street (Star Trib)
    • Indianapolis, Fort Wayne See Downtown Population Surges (Sun Commercial)
    • Curbed Atlanta Takes Up Its Own Search for City's Least Walkable Street
    • Portland Considers Charging Residents a User Fee for Road Maintenance (Oregonian)
    • New Haven Looks for Transit Alternatives Beyond Streetcars (New Haven Independent)

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