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    • House Republicans Propose Eight-Month, $10.5B Transportation Funding Boost (The Hill, Bloomberg)
    • States Vary in Their Approach to Transpo Funding Shortage (Roll Call)
    • Washington Post Columnist Courtland Milloy Advocates Assault on Bicycle "Terrorists"
    • NRDC Switchboard: Smart Growth Alone Isn't Enough for Sustainable Communities
    • Cleveland Explores Better Connections to Downtown (Plain Dealer)
    • Tax Policy Leaves Bike-Share Commuters Behind (In the Capital)
    • Compromise Struck on Minneapolis Light Rail (KARE)
    • New Law Will Make Transit Projects "Much, Much Easier" for California (City Lab)
    • Davis County, Utah, Takes Big Step With BRT (Salt Lake Trib)
    • "Difficult" Doesn't Have to Mean "Bad" for High-Speed Rail Projects (Pedestrian Observations)
    • Boston Urban Designer Writes About the Future of Cities (Boston Biz Times)
    • Experiment Launched: Surviving Dallas Without a Car (Dallas News)

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