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8:57 AM EDT on November 1, 2012

    • The Challenge of Commuting from Jersey to NYC Without Trains and Buses (AP)
    • If You Have to Ride Out a Hurricane, It Doesn't Hurt to Be in a City (Bloomberg)
    • Sans Subway, New Yorkers Take to Biking and Walking (Bike Portland)
    • Can Cycling Ever Be as Natural Here as It Is in Copenhagen? (Slate)
    • Bloomberg Looks at the Risks of a Subtler Type of Sprawl
    • San Francisco Advances With a New Generation of Bikeways (Chronicle)
    • Gen Y Poised to Transform Maine Communities (Bangor Daily News)
    • GGW Excerpts Jeff Speck's "Walkable City"
    • The Rising Trend of Cargo Bikes (Next American City)

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