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8:52 AM EST on January 6, 2014

    • Obama Gives GOP Another Chance to Reject His Infrastructure and Jobs Plan (AP)
    • Transit Openings and Construction Starts Slated for 2014 (Transport Politic)
    • When It Comes to Distracted Driving, Dialing Is the Most Dangerous (LAT)
    • The Fiscal Missteps That Earned One Florida County a $550M Maintenance Backlog (Gainesville Sun)
    • Stockholm Explores “Woman-Friendly” Snow-Plowing: City Streets, Not Highways (Grist)
    • Lubbock Developer Says Texas Tech-to-Downtown Monorail Plan Is Realistic (Avalanche-Journal)
    • The Silver Line and 9 Other Big DC Transpo Stories for 2014 (WaPo)
    • Tech Companies Co-Opt the Lingo of Urbanism But Are Suburban Through and Through (Gizmodo)
    • A Look Back at Mayor Menino’s Impact on Boston’s Urban Development (Globe)
    • Scientific Proof That Cars and Cities Just Don't Mix (Planetizen)
    • Young Map Techies “Reinvent” Baltimore Transit (Patch)
    • The Planners Guide to Tactical Urbanism: Download It Here (Regina Urban Ecology)

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