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9:12 AM EDT on October 13, 2010

    • Why Won't Christie Pay for ARC Tunnel? David Brooks Blames Public Employee Compensation (NYT)
    • In Tough Economy, Developers Are Shifting to Walkable, Mixed Use Community Design (CityBiz)
    • Inner-Ring NYC Suburbs With Rail Access Lead Housing Recovery (WSJ)
    • Twin Cities Suburbs Up in Arms Over Plans to Scale Back Road Expansion (Star-Trib)
    • Anticipation Mounts as Cities Await TIGER Award Announcements (AJC)
    • The Railvolution Will Not Be Televised. But How Will It Be Funded? (National Journal)
    • New York Adopts Three Smart Growth Measures, Including One to Help Seniors (NY State)
    • Data Shows That Sharrows, Bike Signage Are Keeping Austin Cyclists Safer (KVUE)
    • Planning Delays Leave Santa Cruz Rail, Hiking and Biking Trails in Question (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Vancouver Creates Network of Connected Bike Paths (Good)
    • Cities Partner With Zipcar to Reduce Vehicle Fleets (WNYC)

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