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    • Amtrak Broke Another Ridership Record in July (The Hill)
    • Can Oregon Take On the Columbia River Crossing Without Washington? (Portland TribBiz Journal)
    • Value of Transit for Cities Could Be Up to $1.8B a Year (Atlantic Cities)
    • Boston Mayor Hopeful Takes to Campaign Trail Sans Car (
    • NRDC Switchboard: It's Time to Redefine Standards for Sustainable Cities
    • How to Design a Great Bike Lane (Mashable
    • GGW: Hyperloop Math Doesn't Make Sense
    • Q&A With the Head of SE Michigan's Brand-New Transit Authority (Metro Mode)
    • How Will Americans Move Around in the Future? (Rocky Mountain Institute)

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