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    • New York Studies Possibility of Higher-Speed Rail Between NYC and Niagara Falls (AP)
    • Gov. Rick Scott's Election-Year Gift to Tampa Area: A $131m Elevated Expressway (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Bixi's Financial Straits Don't Seem to Be Impacting U.S. Bike-Share (Gas2)
    • No Snowjam During Atlanta's Second Snowstorm, So Who Needs Rail? (Marietta Daily Journal)
    • Peer-to-Peer Bike-Share Takes Off in Texas (Silicon Hills)
    • Germ-proof Clothing Line Perpetuates Offensive Cliche That Public Transportation Is Gross (PopSop)
    • Strong Towns: Speed Limits Should Match Road Design
    • A Lesson From Jarrett Walker on Making Transit Useful (Salon)
    • Streetsblog Editors Aren't the Only People Who Meet the Love of Their Life on Transit (Atlantic Cities, UPI)

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