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    • Obama Urges Action on Highway Trust Fund: "It's Not Crazy. It's Not Socialism" (Biz Insider)
    • Foxx Warns That State Funding Will Be Rationed Starting August 1 ... (Dallas News)
    • ... And Defends Obama for Dragging Feet on Gas Tax (Roll Call)
    • With Holiday Weekend Coming, Gas Prices Reach Six-Year High (The Hill)
    • LaHood Encourages Missouri to Pass Transpo Funding Referendum (St. Louis Public Radio)
    • Timetable Speeds Up for LA Stretch of Bullet Train (LAT)
    • DOT Reviews Detroit's Request for More Streetcar Funds (Detroit News)
    • Do the Twin Cities Have the Best Bike-Share in the U.S.? (City Lab)
    • Reliable Data Makes a Difference for Active Transportation (NRDC Switchboard)
    • Arlington, Texas, Warms to Transit (Dallas News)
    • Oklahoma City Plans to Add 62 Miles of Bike Lanes (KOCO)
    • Will On-Demand Bus Service Transform Boston Transit? (Boston Globe)

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