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10:11 AM EDT on August 29, 2013

    • On Civil Rights Anniversary, Foxx Talks of Transpo's "History of Dividing Us" (Atlantic Cities, The Hill)
    • U.S. Has Doubled Its Bike-Sharing This Year (Treehugger, Grist)
    • ... In Part Because of Bay Area Bike-Share, Ready to Launch Tomorrow (Streetsblog SF)
    • DOT Taps Former Facebook Exec as Chief of Staff (JOC)
    • How Can Transportation Policy Bolster Affordable Housing? (Rooflines)
    • A Bold Plan to Expand Transit Options in Indianapolis (Global Site Plans)
    • Fort Worth Hustles to Match Transit to Growth (Star-Telegram)
    • U. Dayton Offers Free Bikes to Students Who Don't Bring Cars (Forbes)
    • GGW History Files: When Pedestrians Lost the Streets
    • Video: Australian Cyclist Passes 589 Cars on Commute (The Age)

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