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8:55 AM EST on November 5, 2013

    • Talking Points as DC Prepares to Debate the Height Limit (GGW)
    • Washingtonian Profiles Planning Director Harriet Tregoning, "Change Agent"
    • ... Meanwhile, Tregoning's Critics Held a Dance Party to Protest Her (Washington City Paper)
    • How to Make Your Chamber of Commerce a Machine for Cycling Activism (Advocacy Advance)
    • A Book on the History -- And the Future -- of Complete Streets (Switchboard)
    • These Three Bar Graphs Give the Best Argument Ever For Dedicated Bus Lanes (GGW)
    • Virginia Supreme Court Affirms the Obvious: Tolls Are Not Taxes (Planetizen)
    • Good Urban Design Made War-Torn Bogota a Happy City. What Can It Do For Your Town? (Guardian)
    • Buses Pitted Against Trains in North Carolina Transit Planning Discussions (News & Observer)
    • Has Anyone Named a Bike Path After Ray LaHood Yet? (Journal Star)

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