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    • Illinois Rail Meets "High-Speed" Definition (Grid Chicago)
    • Amtrak Could Cut Kansas-to-New Mexico Route (New Mexican)
    • U.S. DOT: No More Leniency For Unsafe Bus Companies (BusinessWeek)
    • Developer Builds Seattle's Tallest Residential Building and Saves a Nearby Mountain (Grist)
    • These Airlines Will Book You a Seat on the Next Train (NYT)
    • With Proof That Separated Bike Lanes Save Lives, Can We Agree We Need Them? (Bike Portland)
    • Urban Density Leads to Prosperity, Sprawl Just Leads to Congestion (Toronto Star)
    • DC's Zoning Rewrite Gets Rid of Parking Minimums, Should Also Set Maximums (GGW)
    • Labor Disputes, Like Wal-Mart's, Have Big Impacts For Cities' Prosperity (Next American City)

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