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    • Major Shift From Single-Family Homes to Apartments Underway in U.S. Housing Market (NYT)
    • LaHood Defends Bullet Train in Face of Critics (LATThe Hill, Bloomberg)
    • House Committee Will Try to Introduce New Surface Transpo Bill in Early 2014 (Governing)
    • Fiscal Cliff Could Hurt Amtrak, New Starts, Among Other Transpo (Kansas City Star)
    • In San Diego, "Public Transit Is Having a Moment" (Voice of San Diego)
    • Which Global Cities Have the Best Infrastructure? (Global Post)
    • Light Rail Brings Apartment Boom in Charlotte, NC (Observer)
    • "Party Train" from L.A. to Vegas Hopes to Launch Next Year (Forbes)
    • Should Santa Cruz's Highway 9 Be for Cyclists Only? (Cyclelicious)

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