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    • Ohio Transit Nears Financial Crisis Without Revenue From Canceled Statewide Tax (Plain Dealer)
    • Texas Congressman: Austin-San Antonio Rail Not Dead Yet (San Antonio Biz Journal)
    • Baltimore Lands Federal Grant for Bus Lanes on Major Avenue (WBAL)
    • Austin Gives Initial OK for $720M Transit Bond on Ballot (Statesman)
    • Portland's Biketown Sees Early Success (KATU)
    • American Prospect Q&A With Eno Center on Federal Transpo Issues
    • Ventura County Needs Smarter Anti-Sprawl Strategies (SF Gate)
    • El Paso May Add Nearly 1,000 Miles of Bike Lanes (El Paso Development News)
    • Pennsylvania Preps for Driverless Cars (Gov Tech)
    • Rio Doesn't See Olympic-Sized Boost for Local Biking (Next City)

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