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8:56 AM EDT on August 26, 2014

    • How Does Transit Affect a City's Affordability? (City Lab, NRDC Switchboard)
    • Grand Rapids Waits for Economic Boon From New BRT (Grand Rapids Press)
    • Cleveland Has Seen $5.5B+ in Transit-Oriented Development in Two Years (Progressive Railroading)
    • Will GOP's Uber Support Attract Young Voters? (The Hill)
    • Dallas Eyes BRT Instead of Rail for Cotton Belt (Dallas News)
    • D.C.'s Silver Line Could Create "New Kind of City" With Tysons (Vox)
    • Ohio Looks to Private Sponsorships to Fund Infrastructure (Ideastream)
    • Twin Cities to Host "Railvolution" Next Month (Pioneer Press)
    • Why Does One Blocked Bike Lane Matter? (Philly Daily News)
    • China's Deja Vu Designs Replicate America's Mistakes (Curbed)
    • Need for Sidewalks Grows in Nashville (Tennessean)

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