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    • Charlotte Plans Another Go at Streetcar Funds (Charlotte Observer)
    • Chris Leinberger: New Development Patterns Needed for 21st-Century Economy (Sac Bee)
    • Cincinnati Residents Fight Back on Streetcar (City Beat)
    • Nashville Mayor Pushes for State-Supported BRT (Nashville Biz Journal)
    • Dr. Gridlock: Virginia Doesn't Get Enough Cred for Transit Actions (WaPo)
    • How Can Houston Increase Bus Ridership? (Next City)
    • According to Detroit News, Officials Will Need to Work Hard to Sell Transit
    • Boston to Unveil Country's First Bike Helmet Vending Machines (Reuters)
    • On the Spatial Footprint of Parking, Politifact Gets It Wrong (Planetizen)

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