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    • Bridge Failure Prompts Delaware Sen. Chris Coons to Speak Out on Infrastructure Investment (MSNBC)
    • Cobb County Officials Oppose Plan to Run Transit Out to New Braves Stadium (WSAV)
    • NYC Bike Shops Complain Citi Bike Has Hurt Their Business (Bloomberg)
    • Aging Bridge in Minneapolis Is Temporarily Bike/Ped Only (Strib)
    • Even Tiny Rural Towns Like Bill, Wyoming, (Pop: 11) Need Traffic Calming (Missoulian)
    • New Bike "Safety" Law Requires WV Drivers to Honk Before Passing (Bluefield Daily Telegraph, FABB)
    • Any Light Rail Station With 1,200 Parking Spots to Lose Should Lose 1,200 Parking Spots (Calgary Sun)
    • Sure, Doze Off On the Train. Google Now Will Wake You Up When You Get There (Android Police)
    • New Urbanist Credo of Focusing Investment on Prosperous Areas "Beyond Irresponsible" (Buffalo News)
    • Transit Riders to Get Restroom Relief in Washington and Honolulu (WaPo, Hawaii News Now)
    • SUVs Beat Out Convertibles Because Cars Aren't For Senseless Style Anymore (BusinessWeek)

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