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    • Urbanists Won Seattle's Election (Seattle Times)
    • Measure to Sharply Reduce Gas Tax, "Devolve" Transportation Funding Fails Badly (The Hill)
    • Anti-Bike and Pedestrian Amendments Shot Down in House Committee (Bike League)
    • Portland's Ex-Metro Director Says ODOT Lied About Columbia River Crossing (Oregon Live)
    • U.S. DOT Releases Transportation Health Tool
    • Uber's Trying to Reach Suburbanites Who Drive to the Train (Lohud)
    • Trend Alert: Biking Somewhere Far Away and Taking the Train Home (Business Insider)
    • Boston's $650,000 Parking Space (CNBC)
    • Houston Chronicle: Road Spending Popular, But Its Effects Fleeting
    • Capitol Hill Could Be Getting a Protected Bike Lane (Roll Call)

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