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    • Cities Are Way Ahead of Countries on Climate Action (Grist)
    • Brookings Looks Beyond the 85% Solo Driving Rate to Discover Big Changes
    • The Guardian Compares the Affordability of the World's Transit Systems
    • Not Raising the Gas Tax Ends Up Costing Drivers More Than Raising It (NJ.com)
    • Rutgers Prof Explains the Limitations of New Census Data on Bicycling (Bike League)
    • Human Transit Applauds Edmonton Journal for Rich Discussion on Transit Goals
    • San Antonio Poll Showcases Windshield Perspective and Driver Entitlement at Its Worst (WOAI)
    • Four Fascinating Scenarios for U.S. Cities of the (Near) Future (CityLab)
    • Richard Florida Mapped Where the "Creative Class" Pushes Out the Poor in 12 Cities (WaPo)

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