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    • Train Defects Shrink Philly Regional Rail Fleet By a Third, Problem May Last Months (InquirerUSA Today)
    • A Parade Float That Threatens to Kill Cyclists -- It Happened Last Weekend in Columbus (Dispatch)
    • Detroit to Host Series of Open Streets Events Beginning This Fall (Downtown Detroit)
    • Who Likes the Gas Tax? Young People, People Who Don't Drive, Low-Income People (Frontier Group)
    • CA Gas Stations Want Warning Label About Cap-and-Trade But Not Global Warming (E&E News)
    • Suburban Des Moines Residents Pack Meeting to Oppose Sidewalks (Register)
    • Op-Ed: NC Lawmakers Have Blocked Light Rail, So Durham-Orange Should Do BRT (News Observer)
    • The Radical Feminist Cycling Gang Fighting Gentrification in L.A. (L.A. Weekly)
    • The Troubling Decline of Street Hockey in Canada (Guardian)

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