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    • Boston May Top Pedestrian Safety Lists, But Many Crashes Go Unreported (Boston Globe)
    • Former Obama Strategist David Plouffe to Head PR for Uber (Roll Call)
    • Bullet Trains in Texas "Could Change Everything" (Tucson Sentinel)
    • Pedestrians, Then Train Riders, Are the Happiest Commuters (City Lab)
    • Pennsylvania One of Several States Taking Control of Their Transpo Funding (Daily Signal)
    • Utah Looks to Walking, Biking for Transportation Revolution (SL Trib)
    • It's Tough to Measure the Climate-Friendliness of Bike-Share (Climate Central)
    • With Revamped Plaza, Philly Has a "Front Porch for Civic Hub" (Inquirer)
    • Minneapolis Leaders Press for Bus Connections to New Light Rail (StarTrib)
    • How to Build for BRT (City Fix)
    • Why Doesn't Transit Function Better in Athens, Georgia? (Flagpole Mag)

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