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9:36 AM EST on January 3, 2011

    • "Trains Make All That Possible": Light Rail Transforms Cities, Guides Development (NPR)
    • Forget Peak Oil. Have We Hit Peak Travel? (Miller-McCune)
    • "Start Now, Figure Out How to Finish Later": Obama's High Speed Rail Strategy (Time)
    • Shoupian Parking Principles, Market-Based Pricing Come to Seattle (Seattle Times)
    • Dallas Desires Streetcar Grant Shelved by Fort Worth (Dallas Morning News)
    • Despite Taking Other Bike-Friendly Measures, L.A. Still Doesn't Like Bikes on Trails (LAT)
    • Bad Transit Governance Makes Virginia Beach Wary of Extending Rail Line (Virginian-Pilot)
    • Op-ed: To Reverse America's Economic Decline, Look to the Cities (Boston Globe)
    • Streetcar Brings Gentrification Fears to Lego City: A Parable (GGW)
    • Maryland Struggles to Spare Wildlife in Road Building Plans (Baltimore Sun)
    • 2010 in Urbanism: A Look Back from A to Z (Grist)

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