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8:57 AM EST on December 4, 2015

    • Senate Sends Five-Year Transpo Bill Over to Obama (The Hill)
    • Buried in the Bill: Dozens of Under-the-Radar Policy Changes (NYT)
    • Will We Come to Regret the Bill's Funding Gimmicks? (Bloomberg View)
    • What Cities Can Do About Climate Change (NYT)
    • Underrated Infrastructure Problem: Costs Are Out of Whack (The Week)
    • Feds OK Progress for Phoenix Light Rail Project (Progressive Railroading)
    • Foxx Asks Bankruptcy Court to Dismiss Lawsuit Claims By Former Employer (Charlotte Observer)
    • How Minneapolis Became the Most Bike-Friendly City in America (Vox)
    • In Philly, Making the Case for a King of Prussia Rail Line (Philadelphia Mag)
    • Portland Moves Forward With BRT Plans (Oregonian)
    • Arguments Against Bike Lanes Are All Over the Map (GGW)

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