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    • Governing: Most American Cities Still Car Dependent, But Some Making Progress
    • Transit Funding Stripped From State Budget in Georgia (Saporta Report)
    • Major Cut Proposed for California's Gas Tax (Planetizen)
    • Bertha, Seattle's Long-Stalled Tunnel Boring Machine, Drilled 6 Feet This Week (Equipment World)
    • TRB Releases Guide to Smart Growth in Rural Areas and Small Towns
    • Under Fiscal Strain, Wisconsin Gov Walker Will Skip Debt Payments This Year (Think Progress)
    • In These Times: The Pitfalls of Urban Revitalization Schemes Premised on Tourism
    • For Detroit's James Robertson, Viral Walking Commute Hero, Newfound Fame Has a Price (Vice)

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