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7:49 AM PDT on July 13, 2009

    • The Other Side of the Bikes on Trains Debate (Bus Bench)
    • Poll Shows Glendale Residents Support Tunnel, Najarian Calls Poll a Joke (Glendale News Press)
    • Gov't-Backed GM Is Out of Bankruptcy and Hoping the New Camaros Keep Selling (NYT, WSJ)
    • Call to Turn Shuttered Car Plants Into Rail Car Plants Growing (SF Business Journal via Ped. View)
    • Trend: Transit Agencies Outsourcing Service to Private Firms (WSJ - preview only)
    • The White House Office of Urban Policy Is Finally Getting Busy This Week (WaPo)
    • Who's Next for Google Transit? (LAist)
    • Bus Fares Rising in Ventura County (VC Star)
    • Still on the Books: 1950s-era Ban on Bike Parking in Jacksonville CBD (Bike Jax via Streetsblog.net)

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