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    • Despite Transpo Furloughs, Travelers Probably Won't Feel Much Impact (Reuters)
    • "All Transit Providers Could Feel the Effects of a Shutdown" (Statesman Journal)
    • 33 Hospitalized After Chicago Train Crash (CBS)
    • The 18.4 Cents a Gallon Federal Gas Tax Turns 20 Today (Chron)
    • Alabama Gets Green Light for Northern Beltline (BizJournal)
    • Even After Bike-Friendly Mayor's Ouster, Livability Measures Move Forward in San Diego (NBC)
    • With 12-Foot Deal, Private Country Club Drops Opposition to Maryland Purple Line (WaPo)
    • Does the LEED-ND Rating for Location Efficiency Actually Reduce VMT? (Planetizen/JPER)
    • Park Anywhere You Want, Bike-Share. You Have Nothing to Lose But Your Docks. (Fast Co.exist)
    • TOD Is Necessary to Build Sustainable Cities That Will Move the Dial on Climate Change (HuffPo)

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