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    • Is the Senate Bill's New "Major Projects" Program Just a Front For Earmarks? (E&E)
    • Forbes Puts the Odds of a Long-Term Transpo Bill At Zero
    • The Nation and 350 Action Challenge 2016 Candidates to Reject Oil and Gas Campaign Money (Grist)
    • International Climate Bigwigs Urge Action By Cities to Reduce Emissions (Grist)
    • A System-by-System Review Shows Huge Net Benefits of Transit Even in Rural Areas (Mineta)
    • Here Are the Roads Maryland Will Build With Money Plundered From the Red and Purple Lines (GGW)
    • For the First Time Ever, Missouri DOT Has No Expansion Projects in the 5-Year Pipeline (Post-Dispatch)
    • Oregon's New VMT Fee System Needs to Wrestle With the Problem of Fee Evasion (Oregonian)
    • LA Times Explains Bike-Share to an Uninitiated Populace
    • North Carolina Fight Over Road Funds Mirrors Wisconsin's (Observer)
    • Will Ford Motor Company Improve Upon the Bicycle? (CityLab)
    • It's So Hard to Remake the Suburbs Because They're Literally Toxic (WestNorth)

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