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8:55 AM EDT on July 22, 2014

    • Foxx and 11 Former Transpo Secretaries Send Open Letter to Congress (DOT)
    • Video: In Press Club Speech, Foxx Pushes for Investment, Celebrates Biking to Work (Examiner, Roll Call)
    • The Transpo Funding Patch Spells Bad News for Unemployment Benefits (Daily Kos)
    • Atlanta Considers Covering Its Park-and-Rides with Housing (CityLab)
    • Ann Arbor Gives Free Transit Passes to Downtown Workers (Trans4M)
    • Chicago NIMBYs Win Prize for Ridiculousness With "No More Traffic!" Cry Against Bikes (Chicagoist)
    • Anonymous Silver Spring Activists Urge Better Public Space Near Metro (Just Up the Pike)
    • Uber Reveals Data Supporting Claim That It Takes Drunk Drivers Off the Road (WaPo)
    • Is It Better to Have a Few Fast Transit Lines Than Many Slow Ones? (Transport Politic)
    • Photo Gallery: NEA Grants Spur Placemaking (Next City)
    • Will a Driverless-Car Future Be More or Less Sprawling? (BusinessWeek)

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