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8:49 AM EDT on March 21, 2014

    • Feds Sign Off on Maryland's Purple Line (GGW)
    • WaPo Column Warns Against Misguided Optimism on Rising Transit Ridership Numbers
    • Walkability Trending in Texas (Texas Trib)
    • NJ Mayors Join in Push for Light Rail Extension (RT&S)
    • Central Tennessee to See Its First TOD (Nashville Post)
    • Denver Breaks Ground on North Metro Commuter Rail (Denver Biz Journal)
    • Cincinnati Mayor on Board for Buses, Bikes, But Tepid on Other Transit (Cincy Biz Blog)
    • Atlanta-Area County Without Public Transpo Could Join MARTA (AJC)
    • A Lesson from D.C. on How to Avoid the Business/Bike Lane Standoff (People for Bikes)
    • American Lung Association Pushes for a Walkable, Bikeable San Joaquin Valley (KERO-TV)

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