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8:52 AM EDT on August 6, 2013

    • Maryland Invites Private Investment to the Purple Line (GGW)
    • New Truck Safety Regulations Aren't Enough to Placate Advocates (The Hill)
    • Less Freight Moving By Truck, More By Rail Among NAFTA Partners (JOC x2)
    • New Park Capping I-70 in St. Louis Re-Connects Arch With Downtown (Fast Lane)
    • Philly Is Turning Away From the Automobile, But Developers Can't See It (NextCity)
    • A New Common Sense Alternative to the Moribund Columbia River Crossing (Bike Portland)
    • In Toronto, Office Rents Near Transit Are 38 Percent Higher, Vacancy Rates Lower (Globe & Mail)
    • How a Visionary Mayor's Smart Policies Brought About a Walking Boom in London (Economist)
    • DC's Most Walkable Neighborhood Finally Excises Its Gas Station (GGW)
    • Cars as Weapons (Atlantic Cities)

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