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8:49 AM EST on December 22, 2014

    • NHTSA: Pedestrian Deaths Down, Bicyclist Deaths Up in 2013
    • Even With Gas Prices in Free-Fall, Transit Ridership Keeps Climbing (NYT)
    • NOAA: Washington, DC, Has Hit a "Tipping" Point for Sea Level Rise (UPI)
    • Michael Brown, Raquel Nelson, and the Injustice of Car-Based Traffic Engineering (Dissent)
    • As HOT Lanes Open on I-95, A Brief History of Virginia's HOT Lanes (WaPo)
    • New York Upgrades Antiquated Technology on the Country's Biggest, Busiest Transit System (AP)
    • Amid Bertha Fiasco, WA Gov. Jay Inslee Proposes Cap-and-Trade to Fund (Green) Transpo (Planetizen)
    • DC Experiments With Dynamic Pricing for Downtown Parking (WaPo)
    • California Drivers Likely Won't Even Feel Effects of New "Hidden Gas Tax" (Fresno Bee)
    • Yes, Millennials Want to Live in Cities. But the Jobs Are Still In the Suburbs (Salon)
    • Globe and Mail: Other Cities Should Emulate Vancouver's Half-Cent Sales Tax for Transit
    • Milan Offers Free Transit for Leaving Car at Home (But Not to the Car-Free) (Car Scoops)

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