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    • Paul Krugman: Sprawl Is What Did Detroit In (NYT)
    • Brookings Lays Out the Path Forward for the Motor City
    • Don't Cry For Me, Detroit: These Five Cities Could Find Themselves in the Same Boat (Next City)
    • ... And a Lot of Cities Could Benefit From a Little Chapter 9 Magic Anyway (Slate)
    • Oil Exploration Booms Anew in the Gulf of Mexico. What Could Go Wrong? (Bloomberg via Grist)
    • Amtrak's New Locomotives Are Fat, Expensive and Slow Just As the FRA Ordered (NY Observer)
    • Freshman Sen. Brian Schatz, Bike Champ, Gets Boost From Al Gore in Uphill Election Battle (The Hill)
    • It's About Time: Vancouver B.C. Jumps Into the Bike-Share Fray (Globe and Mail)
    • Helmet Mandate Will Kill Seattle Bike-Share (Seattle Times via Planetizen)
    • Too Good to Be True: Your (Almost) Free, Famous Oregon Bike Trip (Bike Portland)
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