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    • White House Releases Report and Nifty Map Detailing Need for Infrastructure Investment
    • ...And Obama Will Spend the Week Pushing for It (RTT News)
    • White House Supports GOP Transpo Extension Through May 2015 (The Hill)
    • ...While Conservative Groups Slam It (The Hill)
    • 3 DOT Chiefs Outline Impacts of Transport Funding Troubles (ForConstructionPros)
    • Report: Arizona's Rural Roads Among Deadliest in U.S. (Arizona Republic)
    • Kids and Cars Group Asks White House for Tech Solution to Kids Dying in Hot Cars (Autoblog)
    • Todd Litman Finds Compact Cities Bring a Host of Positive Outcomes (Planetizen)
    • Will Electric Car Drivers Be Any Less Virulently Anti-Bike Than Other Drivers? (EV World)
    • Can We Plan Without Predicting the Future? (Human Transit)
    • Rethinking the Balance Between Farebox and Subsidies (CityLab)

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