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8:38 AM EDT on August 28, 2012

    • Transit Needs to Be at the Table As MAP-21 Is Implemented (Passenger Transport)
    • Why Does It Cost So Much to Build Transit In the U.S.? (Bloomberg)
    • Privately Run High-Speed Rail Is Possible in Florida and Texas (Yes, Texas!) (Planetizen)
    • Most Transit Driver Assaults Go Unreported (CBC)
    • The Next Generation of DIY Urbanism Projects Is Cooler Than Parklets (Atlantic Cities)
    • Another Reason Behind Young People's Preference For Urban Living and Transit? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Here's Some Data! (Transpo Nation, BTS)
    • Awesomeness: Surgeon, Stuck in Traffic, Abandons Car and Rides Pink Kid-Sized Bike to Hospital (Grist)
    • Hurricane Isaac Devastates Haiti, But Way More Importantly, It Might Raise Gas Prices! (The Hill)

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