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8:41 AM EDT on September 7, 2012

    • More Development in Walkable Urban Neighborhoods Benefits Everybody (GGW)
    • Clinton Makes It Simple: Fuel Efficiency Saves You Money (The Hill)
    • More About Chicago's New Pedestrian Safety Plan (Tribune)
    • ... But Chicago's Got Nothing on Florianópolis, Brazil's Hilarious Ped Initiative (VIDEO) (Atlantic Cities)
    • A Tax to Fund Transit Won't Kill As Many Jobs As No Tax to Fund Transit (HuffPo)
    • To End Congestion, Stop Driving Like an Idiot (Toronto Star, via Atlantic Cities)
    • Would Driverless Cars Clear the Way For Better Bike Infrastructure? (Bacon's Rebellion)
    • Bitter Irony: Freight Rail Expansion Fueled By Expanded Oil Exploration (UPI)
    • What Really Makes a City Resilient to Disasters? (Atlantic Cities)

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