- The big news of the week was that, despite a huge fight, an amendment that would restore biking and walking funding to the proposed Federal Transportation Bill lost by a slim margin
- The League of American Bicyclists outlines the top 10 problems of the proposed House Bill
- PA is now one of 22 states with a safe passing law, and now state legislators are trying to require ignition interlock devices for first time DUI offenders
- Tony Norman from the Post Gazette hits the nail on the head in his opinion piece about the state of public transit in PA
- Meanwhile, a transit supporter begins some online advocacy in support of the Port Authority
- Facebook ups the ante on workplace bike friendliness by paying to make the route to get to work bike friendly
- Maryland’s Governor bravely aims to end the sales tax exemption from gasoline to fund transportation
- DC’s bike share program is so successful it may launch in the suburbs
- NYC is overwhelmed with neighborhoods applying for 20 MPH zones
- Grist outlines 10 lessons from great bicycling cities. First lesson: It’s the infrastructure stupid!
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