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8:59 AM EST on January 16, 2015

    • MD's Federal Lawmakers Push for Purple, Red Lines With Hogan (Daily Record)
    • Boxer Again Sounds Alarm on Long-Term Transpo Funding (Transport Topics)
    • Senator Huffman Proposes Taxing Carbon Emissions Instead of Gas (Press-Democrat)
    • The Impact of Minneapolis Light Rail Is in the Eye of the Beholder (Next City)
    • Mobilizing the Region Reviews The Good, Bad and Ugly of NJ Transpo Last Year
    • Columbus, OH, Rediscovers Walkable Urbanism (Columbus Dispatch)
    • Is Baltimore Ready to Get Serious About Cycling? (Baltimore Brew)
    • 2,000 in Seattle Have Ditched Personal Cars for Car-Sharing (The Stranger)
    • How the National Institutes of Health Skirts Modern Parking Standards (GGW)
    • In MD Burbs, Parents Investigated for Letting Kids Walk a Mile Alone (WaPo)

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