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    • High-Level Transit Coalition Wants Congress to Reauthorize Parity in Tax Benefits (The Hill)
    • Aren't We All Driving Less and Owning Fewer Cars? Still, Auto Sales Are Spiking. (BizJournal)
    • The Suburbs' Descent Into Poverty -- and the Way Back Out (Salon)
    • Are the Suburbs Dying or Just Evolving? A Conversation With Leigh Gallagher (WaPo)
    • Jarrett Walker: Stop Designing Transit to Stay Out of the Way of Cars (SF Chronicle)
    • This Ingenious Bike Rack, Designed For Car2Go, Will Get You Banned From Car2Go (Bike Portland)
    • Build Taller in DC and the Skyline Would Look Like This (City Paper)
    • More What Ifs: Maps of Failed Urban Plans (Wired)
    • Cyclists Love Cycle Tracks, and Other Key Findings (Journal of Transport and Land Use)
    • Tijuana's Answer to Harassment on Buses: The Pink Line, No Men Allowed (U-T San Diego)
    • How Long Your Trip Is Depends on the Land Use Where You're Going (JTLU)

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