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    • Yesterday Marked the 21st Anniversary of the Last Gas Tax Increase (The Hill)
    • How Denver Got Creative to Deliver on Light Rail (National Journal)
    • ... And How Denver's Transit Success Could Offer a Template for Toronto (Toronto Star)
    • Roll Call Interviews Foxx on Transpo Funding
    • Commuting by Car Declining (Slightly) for the First Time in Decades (WaPo)
    • GGW: Streetcars Don't Have to Be Perfect to Benefit Cities
    • Seattle Voters Will Decide Whether to Revive Monorail Idea (Seattle Times)
    • Las Vegas' Visionary Downtown Project Seems to Be Imploding (CityLab)
    • Should Transit Agencies Advertise Alcohol to Raise Revenue? (WaPo)
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