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8:50 AM EDT on August 6, 2015

    • Christie Can Run, But He Can't Hide From His Terrible ARC Tunnel Decision (The Hill)
    • Rick Snyder: Proof Positive You Can Raise the Gas Tax and Still Get Re-Elected (Detroit News)
    • Amazing Interactive Chart Details Each State's Emissions (Holy Cow, Texas!) (Grist)
    • Forget Hyperloop and Maglev: The Future of Rail Travel Is Good Old-Fashioned Steel-on-Steel (Gizmodo)
    • Move Over, Tysons: Fairfax's Newest Urban Redevelopment Is in Seven Corners (GGW)
    • Indiana and Amtrak Strike a Deal to Keep Hoosier State Trains Running (The Hill)
    • More Buses, More Teslas: Fremont, CA's Plan for Glory (Next City)
    • Cyclist Injured Riding Home From Another Cyclist's Memorial Needs New Talking Points (NOLA)
    • Breaking Away and 9 More Great Bicycling Movies to Watch This Summer (Phoenix New Times)

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