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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM EST on January 3, 2012

    • Transit Ridership on the Rise as Transit Funding Declines (NYT)
    • New Year Brings New Wave of Texting While Driving Bans (LATimes)
    • Reabsorbing the Exurbs, the Real Estate Equivalent of Composting (Grist)
    • The Transport Politic Highlights New Transit Projects Opening in 2012
    • Six Urbanist Trends for 2012 (MyUrbanist)
    • Harvard’s Ed Glaeser: Living in Cities Is Simply Better (The European)
    • It’s the City Life: Why New Yorkers Have Highest Life Expectancy in the U.S. (Good)
    • New Law in California Gives Cities More Freedom to Reduce Speed Limits (Landline)
    • Alcohol Ignition Locks Successful in Hawaii, Now Standard in Oregon (RepublicStatesman Journal)
    • Albuquerque, NM Gave in to Politics, Stopped Using Red Light Cameras (KRQE)

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