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    • CDC: 47,000 Pedestrian Deaths Between 2001 and 2010 (Atlantic Cities)
    • Metro Detroit Tops Nation in Job Sprawl (MLiveYahoo)
    • Cost of Car Ownership Rose by 2 Percent Last Year (Next City)
    • In Minnesota, Lots of Debate Over How to Fund Transpo (Post Review)
    • Transit Advocates Rally in Pittsburgh (Post-Gazette)
    • Sound Transit Promotes Biking to Train/Bus Stops (Seattle Times)
    • Bike League Sets Challenge: 50,000 Cyclists Logging 20M Miles
    • Jeff Tumlin's Tips on How Cities Can Make Their Transpo Systems More Sustainable (RPUS)

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