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8:51 AM EDT on July 7, 2014

    • Obama Should Lead on Highway Trust Fund Solution (Seacoast Online)
    • Building a Palmdale-to-Burbank Segment Now Would Make California HSR a Train to Somewhere (LAT)
    • Or Should California Forget HSR and Focus on Improving Regular Passenger Rail? (Tracy Press)
    • Is Oil Transportation By Rail Safe? (Sightline, CTV News)
    • Unplanned Urban Sprawl Brought About the Bee Famine (Sac Bee)
    • Another Unarmed Woman Beaten by Police for Sake of "the Motoring Public" (Salon)
    • How Arlington Grew Its Population and Shrunk Its Car Traffic (Salon)
    • West Virginia Faces Reality of Maxed-Out Roads, Considers Transit Options (Post and Courier)
    • Rail Line Changes Fabric of Houston Neighborhood (News-Journal)
    • Gas Tax Increase Makes Governor Vulnerable to Campaign Attacks (Concord Monitor)
    • Centennial Trail, Planned "Backbone" of Helena Nonmotorized Transpo, Hits Roadblocks (IR)
    • Delia Ephron Graces NYT With Anecdotes From the Self-Driving Future

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