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    • Foxx to Challenge Mayors Today on Safer Biking, Walking (USA Today)
    • Hope's Not Dead for Movement on Transportation Bill (The Hill)
    • Climate Denier Inhofe Takes Gavel at Enviro Committee, Aims for More Transpo Funding (The Hill, TT)
    • Purple Line Activists Rally Before Tomorrow's Budget Decision (GGW)
    • CT's Transpo Future Includes Good Things for Pedestrians and Cyclists (New Haven Register)
    • How the Sharing Economy Could Change Parking Politics (Next City)
    • Milwaukee Business Leaders Rally Behind Streetcar (Journal-Sentinel)
    • How Many Drivers Does Uber Have, and How Much Do They Make? (WaPo)
    • In Texas, Private High-Speed Rail Company Has Eminent Domain Powers (Dallas Biz Journal)
    • Cincinnati Mayor to Press Feds on Bike Trail Funding (Cincinnati Biz Courier)
    • Transportation Upgrades Planned for South Boston Waterfront (BostInno)

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