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    • Scott Walker Open to Interstate Tolls, If Other People Pay Them So Wisconsinites Get a Gas Tax Cut (WPR)
    • Conservative Hugh Hewitt Wants Congress to Increase the Federal Gas Tax (WaPo)
    • Maryland Appeals Judge's Ruling Requiring More Environmental Study of Purple Line Light Rail (WAMU)
    • Honolulu Might Increase Parking Meter Rates to Help Fill Budget Gap for Rail Project (Star-Advertiser)
    • Amazon's Private Buses Handle Reverse Commutes for Twin Cities Distribution Center Workers (MinnPost)
    • Sacramento's New Bike-Share System Will Expand to 1,000 Bicycles in September (CBS Sacramento)
    • Vancouver's Transportation Planning Guru Talks High-Quality Bike Infrastructure with the Montreal Gazette
    • Author Mark Pendergast Talks About Atlanta's Walkable Development and the BeltLine with CityLab
    • "Are Bike Lanes Bad for Business?" Asks San Diego Union-Tribune Headline; "No," Answers Story
    • New York Times Publishes a Beginner's Guide to Biking to Work

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