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    • House Passes Transpo Funding Bill That Starves Transit, Amtrak (CommitteeThe Hill)
    • Highways & Transit Chair Confident Congress Will Pass a 5-Year Bill This Year (BizJournal)
    • Rep. Shuster Warms to Obama's Idea of Funding Infrastructure With Repatriated Funds (DC Velocity)
    • Free Transit, No Parking at Pan Am Games in Toronto (CBC)
    • WI Senate Republican Says Gov. Walker's Road Debt Is "Not Sustainable" (New Richmond)
    • Seattle City Council Members Push for Streetcar With Dedicated Lane (K5)
    • Because of Cars, Sprawl, America's "Connective Tissue... Is Coming Apart," Says Joe Cortright (WaPo)
    • Impunity for Traffic Violence. Distracted Driving. It's All Been Around Since 1928. (GGW)
    • The Urbanist's Summer Reading List (Next City)
    • Canadian Kids Get a "D" For Active Transportation (CBC)
    • Has Copenhagenize Come Up With a Better Way to Rank Cities on Bicycling? (Crikey)

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