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Streetfilms: A Conversation with Congressman Earl Blumenauer

Moments after he delivered the keynote address to the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), Oregon's Rep. Earl Blumenauer, head of the Congressional Bike Caucus, met with us for this exclusive one-on-one chat.

Streetsblog Editor-in-Chief Aaron Naparstek talks with the
congressman about the current federal stimulus bill and how advocates
can better engage their leaders. Of the new White House team, which has
not shown much energy in pushing transit or livable streets issues thus
far, Mr. Blumenauer states:

Just because [people and advocates] may feel more comfortable with thisadministration -- it doesn't mean they should let up on the pressure.

Amen. With the big federal transportation bill coming up, this is an important year, people. Let that sentence stick in your noggin for the next 324 days.

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