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8:49 AM EDT on July 7, 2015

    • Welcome to July and Yet Another Countdown to Highway Trust Fund Insolvency (WaPo)
    • Pew Takes a Comprehensive Look at How States Are Making Ends Meet on Transportation
    • Poll: 53 Percent Say Spend More on Highways, 40 Percent Say Spend More on Transit (The Hill)
    • "Go New Haven, Go" Program Rewards Residents for Non-Car Transportation (NBC)
    • Maine Governor OK's $85 Million Bond Issue for Transportation (TI News Daily)
    • Toronto Bike-Share Set to Double in Size (Star)
    • Tampa Bike Share Celebrates Its 10,000th Rider (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Electric Self-Driving Taxis Could Cut GHGs By 19-20ths  (MIT Tech Review)
    • A Better Way for Waze to Relieve Congestion: Taking Cars Off the Road (Apple Insider)
    • A Lesson from Streetscamp on How We Engineer Bad Behavior on Our Streets -- And How to Stop (GGW)
    • Innovations in Transpo Technology Mean "Being Car-less Will Get Even More Affordable" (CheatSheet)

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