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    • Foxx Pushes House on Tranpso Bill, and Gets Pushed Back (The Hill, WaPo)
    • Debate Continues Over Twin Cities Streetcar (StarTrib)
    • How San Luis Obispo Created "Most Powerful Bike Funding Policy in the Nation" (Bike/Walk Alliance)
    • Las Vegas as a Model of Urbanism? (PSFK)
    • Teams Bid to Expand Denver's Light Rail (Denver Biz Journal)
    • 20 Years Later, How Is Seattle's Anti-Sprawl Strategy Faring? (CityLab)
    • Kansas City Unveils First of 13 Streetcar Stations (KC Biz Journal)
    • Boston Transit Chief Abruptly Resigns After Snow Delays (Boston Globe)
    • When's the Last Time Your State Raised Its Gas Tax? (ITEP)

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