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8:56 AM EDT on August 5, 2014

    • Per-Capita Driving Lower Than During "Pit of the Recession" Across the U.S. (Frontier Group)
    • Portland Mayor Pushes Tolls at Earl Blumenauer's Transpo Forum (Oregonian)
    • Leaving NYC and SF to Cure Homebuyer Sticker Shock in Oklahoma City (NYT)
    • Town Center Developments Urbanize Boston Suburbs (Globe)
    • Chicago-to-Iowa City Rail Link Inches Closer to Reality (Quad City Times)
    • Georgia Working on "Plan B" Transpo Plan in Wake of T-SPLOST Defeat (AJC)
    • Tampa Area Clumsily Moving Toward Regional Transit Unity (Times)
    • Five New Silver Line Stations Saw 220,000 Riders on Opening Weekend (Mass Transit)

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