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9:04 AM EDT on June 15, 2012

    • As Housing Market Recovers, Are We Headed for More Sprawl? (WSJ)
    • Not Necessarily: In the Bay Area at Least, the Most Popular 'Hoods Predate WWII (SFPP)
    • Virginia Republican Supports Gas Tax Increase to Pay For Transportation (
    • "Hole in the Air" Rules, Designed to Protect Trucking, Block Street Redesigns (BikePortland)
    • Over 600 Miles Recently Added to United States Bicycle Route System (LAB)
    • American Planning Association Poll Finds Americans Want More Planning (AtlanticCities)
    • Cyclelicious Analyzes the Chaos & Fallout From SF-Oakland Transit Tunnel Shutdown
    • New Hudson River Rail Tunnel Has New Name, Old Funding Concerns (StarLedger)

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