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    • Michigan OKs $10M Loan for Detroit Streetcar (MLive)
    • Denver's New Transit Hub Offers Test Case for Two Federal Loan Programs (WSJ)
    • World Bank: China Needs to Increase Density, Not Expand Sprawl (Financial Times)
    • Clock Ticking for Governor's Stamp on Indy Transit Bill (Indy Star)
    • Meet the Woman in Charge of Salt Lake City Transportation (Atlantic Cities)
    • Enter the Mobile Pedestrian Revolution (Government Technology)
    • Mayors in Tampa and Raleigh Call for Transit Focus (WUSF, News & Observer)
    • Vancouver Continues to See Pipeline of Mixed-Use Projects (Vancouver Sun)
    • Study: Charlotte, NC, Drivers Spend a Work Week a Year Stuck in Traffic (Charlotte Observer)
    • Who Will Ride Florida's New SunRail? (Orlando Sentinel)
    • New Oakland Law Would Penalize Driver Aggression Against Peds, Cyclists (SF Chron)

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