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8:21 AM EDT on July 29, 2014

    • Dem Senator Whitehouse: House Bill Is "Pathetic" But I'll Vote for It (The Hill)
    • House Directs Homeland Security to Develop a Plan to Protect Infrastructure (The Hill)
    • Julián Castro Takes the Helm at HUD (NBC)
    • Pension Funds Eye Infrastructure Investment, But Not in United States (Roll Call)
    • Study Shows Where Bike-Share Increases or Decreases Transit Use (CityLabGGW)
    • How Chuck Marohn "Recovered" From Sprawl-Building to Become a Champion of Strong Towns (Time)
    • Transit Advocates Oppose Next Week's Road Funding Measure in Missouri (Governing)
    • Minnesota's Nice Ride Finds One Way to Increase Bike-Share Use Among Low-Income People (Pi Press)
    • As Massachusetts Grows, It Has to Build Denser Housing (WGBH)
    • While Salt Lake City Waits for Streetcar, How About a Bus Circulator? (Tribune)
    • RideScout Exec Calls For "Right-Pricing" Transportation So Users Pay the True Costs (Roll Call)
    • A Fast Transit Response to a Slow-Transit Response to a Fast-Transit Argument (Human Transit)

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