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    • Senator Carper Insists There's a Chance for Long-Term Transpo Bill (Trucking Info)
    • And Senator Durbin Points to Earmark Ban as a Problem (The Hill)
    • Could California's High-Speed Rail Connect to Vegas? (Bloomberg)
    • Connecticut to Pony Up $188M to Replace Failing Metro-North Bridge By 2020 (Hartford Courant)
    • Will Nashville's Next Mayor Carry on BRT Plans? (Nashville Public Radio)
    • Feds Want Money Back in Five Years for Scrapped Columbia River Crossing (Oregonian)
    • Bacon's Rebellion Shares a Hopeful Outlook for Transforming the Inner Burbs
    • What Can L.A. Learn from NYC's Walkability? (KPCC)
    • "Better Buffalo Fund" Gears Toward Transit-Oriented Development (Buffalo News)
    • Why Do Dutch Women Cycle More Than U.S. Women? (Guardian)

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