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    • Gabe Klein: Fix Urban Transportation with "Sticks and Carrots" (Atlantic Cities)
    • Would It Really Be That Crazy To Tear Down Dallas Freeway? (Dallas Observer)
    • Mayors Take Action on Climate Change While Congress Dozes (E&E)
    • How One Group Has Twisted Notion of "American Dream" to Encourage Sprawl (My San Antonio)
    • Cincy Mayor Boosts Some Cycling Projects, But Not Central Parkway Protected Lane (700WLW, City Beat)
    • Salt Lake Tribune: If Utah Continues as Top Baby-Maker, It Has to Control Growth
    • Philly Pushes Back Bike-Share Until Next Spring (Inquirer
    • Planned Light Rail Extension Drives Real Estate Decisions in Seattle (Puget Sound Biz Journal)
    • Montgomery County, MD, Has Increased Population, But Not Driving (GGW)
    • Atlanta's Small Towns Embrace New Urbanism (Saporta Report)
    • UC Davis Wins Grant for Sustainable Transpo Center (Sac Bee)

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