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Today’s Headlines

8:53 AM EDT on August 18, 2014

    • Smart Growth Champion Brian Schatz Wins Close Senate Primary (NYT)
    • NJ Record: Christie Needs to Redeem ARC Tunnel Decision With Action
    • Toronto Sun and Star Examine the True Costs of Congestion and Transit
    • Still No Opening Date for Silver Spring's Delayed Transit Center (WaPo)
    • How Fast Do We Really Want Trains to Go? (BBC)
    • Referendum in Helena, Montana, Would Fund Non-Motorized Transpo (Independent Record)
    • How Bluffton, South Carolina, Became a Smart Growth Innovator (Post and Courier)
    • New Urbanism Tries to Rekindle Community in the Suburbs (Salon)
    • A Look at the Laws and Etiquette Regarding Bicycles on the Sidewalk (Sac Bee)
    • Just One Cyclist Complaint Got This Property Owner to Stop Cutting Locks (National PostStar)
    • The Obamas Go Biking on Vacation (Cape Cod Times)

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