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8:53 AM EDT on September 16, 2014

    • Rail~Volution About to Get Underway in the Twin Cities (Strib)
    • Detroit Cheers TIGER Grant for Woodward Avenue Streetcar Line (Detroit News)
    • Scientist Praises Blumenauer's Call to Replace Gas Tax With VMT Fee (Roll Call)
    • Coalition Forms to Address New Jersey Transportation Funding Crisis (
    • Study of Housing + Transportation Costs Show Low-Income People Struggling (NLIHC)
    • What Happened at FutureBike After Pro-Walk Pro-Bike? Here's a Twitter Recap (Bike League)
    • Sidecar Quietly Positions Itself to Conquer the Transportation Market (GeekWire)
    • The Bikelash Means You're Winning (CityLabStreetfilms)
    • How to Love Your Alley So It Loves You Back (Next City)
    • "MinuteEarth" -- the Perfect Elevator Speech on How Better Policies Can Save the Planet (ScienceAlert)
    • People Are Psyched to Get Hardcover NYC Subway Signage Guide from 1970 (Slate)

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