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    • Per Capita Vehicle-Miles-Traveled Drops Again (Investing)
    • LaHood Predicts "Nothing Introduced, Nothing Debated" in House on Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Memorial Day Marks the Beginning of 100 Deadliest Days on the Roads (Boise WeeklyKSLCNN)
    • How Houston Plans to Boost Bus Ridership By 20 Percent Without Spending a Dime (Salon)
    • Georgia Stalling Projects Because of Federal Funding Uncertainty (Savannah Morning News)
    • Massachusetts GOP Calls Gas Tax Indexing "Taxation Without Representation" (Herald)
    • Concern for Cars Leads to Mass Tree Cutting in Oregon (Daily Astorian)
    • Winnipeg Joins List of Cities Whose BRT Projects Are Under Attack (Winnipeg Free Press)
    • A Parking Spot in Beijing Can Cost Up to $160,000 (Quartz, via Planetizen)
    • Unusually Good-Natured Guy Videotapes Bike-Lane Blockers From Unusually Tall Bike (Treehugger)
    • Unforeseen Consequence of Driverless Cars: Plummeting Law Enforcement Budgets (Network World)

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