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    • LA's Multi-Modal Mobility Plan Meets the City's Ingrained Car Culture (NYT)
    • Why a Biden Run Could Be Good News for Amtrak (The Hill)
    • Is It Possible for California to Cut Gas Use in Half by 2030? (Mercury News)
    • What Europe's High-Speed Trains Can Teach America (Grist)
    • Northeast Governors Prod Congress for Long-Term Transpo Bill (Trucking Info)
    • BRT Hits a Milestone -- 400 Routes Worldwide (Next City)
    • Electric Car-Share Launches in Indianapolis (AP)
    • Drumbeat for Gas Tax Bill Grows Louder in Tennessee (Nashville Biz Journal)
    • Honolulu Combats Traffic With Bike Lanes (Star Advertiser)
    • New Orleans Residents Feel Like the Streetcar's for Tourists (Times-Picayune)
    • Seattle Could Once Again Be a Cyclist's City (CrossCut)

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