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Today’s Headlines

8:56 AM EDT on September 14, 2012

    • New Urbanism Guru Andres Duany Predicts a More Neighborly Future (USA Today)
    • LaHood Poised to Make Transit Announcement in St. Cloud (SC Times)
    • Why Do Riders Prefer a Slow Subway Ride to Commuter Rail? (Pedestrian Observations)
    • Bike League Launches "Women Bike"
    • Mass DOT Contracts for Design of Medford Light Rail (Railway Age)
    • Virginia Gets $52M Bonus Transpo Funds, Most Going to Roads (AP)
    • Study: 10 Percent Smart Growth Increase = 20 Percent Car Mile Decrease (
    • MD Planning Officials Oppose Frederick's Vision of Sprawl (AP)
    • How to Sell Walkability: Show That It Pays (Atlantic Cities)

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