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8:46 AM EDT on June 3, 2015

    • Obama Threatens to Veto GOP Transpo (Under-) Funding Measure (The Hill)
    • Sec. of State John Kerry Breaks Leg Bicycling in Switzerland (Bicycling)
    • Three House Dems Push Bill to Strengthen NHTSA's Ability to Police Auto Safety (Detroit News)
    • All-Powerful Bike Lobby Blasts Proposal to Cut Bike Funding (WSJ)
    • Texas Governor Signs $4 Billion Transportation Bill (WFAA)
    • Having Ruled Out Mechanical Failure, Investigators Stumped Over Cause of Amtrak Crash (NYT, The Hill)
    • Crash Shines Spotlight on Positive Train Control, Due By Year's End (National Journal)
    • The Better Bike Share Partnership Awards $375,000 For Bike Share Equity (People for Bikes)
    • New Streetfilms Series Shows How Far Cycling Has Come in the UK
    • The Most Beautiful Parking Garage Ever: Space for 5,000 Bikes (CityLab)

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