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    • Arlington, TX, Sheds Rep as Largest U.S. City Without Public Transpo (Star-Telegram, AP)
    • Also in Texas, DART Celebrates 30 Years -- But Has It Delivered? (News-Journal)
    • A Standing Ovation for Under-Budget, Early-Finish Utah Rail Project (Salt Lake Trib)
    • What's the Impact of New Federal Guidance on Affordable TODs? (Enterprise)
    • GGW: Urbanizing 'Burbs Should Look to Sunbelt Cities for Inspiration 
    • San Jose's Downtown Density Could Save City From Detroit's Fate (San Jose Inside)
    • Tampa-Area Light Rail Advocate Shifts Focus to Buses (Tampa Trib)
    • How Recognition as an "Urbanized Area" Is Hurting Some West Virginia Transit (Register-Herald)

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