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8:49 AM EDT on July 14, 2014

    • What Could the Country Get From a Higher Gas Tax? Look to Pennsylvania for Clues (InquisitrInquirer)
    • So Much For "User Pays" (Vox)
    • The Gas Tax Isn't a Sustainable Solution: Switch to a VMT Fee (Center for American Progress)
    • Tracy Morgan Going Home From Hospital, Suing Wal-Mart Over Tired Trucker (Salon)
    • Seniors Less Likely to Take Transit (Washington U)
    • Heat Sensing Tech Could Save Cyclists the Trouble of Pushing the Beg Button (Popular Mechanics)
    • Gov. Jerry Brown Lifts Ban on Above-Ground Rail in Parts of LA (LAT)
    • How Minneapolis Came to Approve the Southwest Corridor (Strib)
    • Road Tolls Pay a Larger-Than-Expected Share of Metro Silver Line (WaPo)
    • Boston Should Do More to Promote Transportation's Sharing Economy (Globe)
    • What If Garmin Caused the Drop in VMT? (WashCycle)

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