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8:44 AM EDT on July 8, 2014

    • Senate Finance Committee Hoping to Get Moving on Extension This Week (Roll Call)
    • White House Still Pushing Its Transpo Bill, Amid Crickets in Congress (The Hill)
    • WaPo's Wonkblog Does Its "Five Graphs" Treatment on the Highway Trust Fund
    • WaPo Blows Holes in Grover Norquist's Odd Assertion That Uber and Lyft Will Boost the GOP in Cities
    • Bill Ford Doing Some "Fundamental Rethinking" About the Car Business (WSJ)
    • The Twin Cities' New Green Line: Slower Than a Bus, Costlier Than a Streetcar (Streets.MN)
    • To Meet Green Goals, Philly Can't Just Improve Bike/Ped -- It Has to Stop Subsidizing Driving (Next City)
    • These Maps Show Where Biking Is Faster Than Driving (WaPo)
    • NIMBYs Lose Court Challenge to Bay Area TOD Plan (Inside Bay Area)
    • Revolving Door Pays Off for Indiana Transpo Official Under Ethics Investigation (The Republic)
    • DC Tries Again to Protect Cyclists From Illegal U-Turns on Pennsylvania Avenue (WAMU)

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