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    • How Does Sprawl Affect Income Mobility? (WaPo)
    • It Turns Out Southern California's Not So Sprawling After All (LA Times)
    • How Will the Purple Line Affect Property Values in Maryland? (GGW)
    • Indiana Looks for Firms to Run Hoosier State Rail Line After Washington Yanks Funding (Indy Star)
    • Why Are the Koch Brothers Trying to Kill Nashville's BRT Plan? (Salon)
    • Throughout History, the "400-Meter Rule" Rings True for Urban Street Design (HuffPo)
    • Downtown Mesa, AZ, Gets Ready for Light Rail (AZ Capitol Times)
    • What Can Memphis Teach Us About Smart Cities? (Keystone Edge)
    • Texas Business Sense Encourages the Rise of Cycling (WLRN)
    • Study: Four Out of 10 Transit Riders in Northeast Ohio Don't Own a Car (Plain Dealer)

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