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8:50 AM EDT on June 27, 2014

    • Wyden Negotiates With GOP on Transportation Funding Patch (The HillWSJ)
    • ...But Now the Lawmakers Go on Recess (National Journal)
    • New Station to Link Rail to LAX (LA Times)
    • Boston Development Trends Point to Even Greater Walkability (Boston Globe)
    • Electric Bus Test Hits a Speed Bump in Portland (Oregonian)
    • Bay Area Bike-Sharing Shifts Into High Gear (Mercury News)
    • Visualizing Sprawl in American Cities (GGW)
    • The Busiest Stations on Twin Cities' New Green Line Are Also TOD Hubs (Finance & Commerce)
    • Austin City Council Approves Urban Rail Plan (Community Impact)
    • How Bikes Encouraged Women's Rights (City Lab)
    • Why You Want a "Sticky Street" (Treehugger)

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