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8:51 AM EDT on September 15, 2014

    • Transportation for America Chooses Favorite TIGER Projects
    • An Urbanist's Review of Pro-Walk Pro-Bike and Its Host City (Community Architect)
    • Pro-Walk Pro-Bike Leaves Behind a Two-Way Cycletrack (Post-Gazette)
    • Maryland Ballot Measure Would Prevent Raiding of Transportation Fund (Herald-Mail)
    • Texas Has $54 Billion in Road Debt and Wants Permission to Spend More (Star-Telegram)
    • Charlotte Finds Streetcar Operational Costs Will Be Double Bus, Light Rail Costs (Observer)
    • Enquirer Lays Out 8 Steps to a Fully Funded Cincy Streetcar
    • Santa Monica's Mountain Lions and the Developing World's Road-Building Boom (Salon)
    • Cost Estimates for Boston's Green Line Rise to $2 Billion (WBUR)
    • Wider Bike Lanes Make Drivers Less Anxious (
    • More Research Shows Active Transpo Makes Us Happy (CityLab)

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