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8:57 AM EDT on October 9, 2014

    • Decades-Old Transportation Priorities Still Shape Dallas Metro (Next City)
    • Foxx Promoted Walk to School Day in Hometown Charlotte (WCNC)
    • Survey Ranks Seattle, Boston Tops for Pedestrian-Safety, Detroit Lowest (Boston Globe, Metro Times)
    • In Arkansas, Shuster Talks Highway Trust Fund Options (Arkansas News)
    • The Major Challenges in Shifting Away From Car-Oriented Cities (CityLab)
    • Report: Atlanta Development Clustering Around Transit (Atlanta Biz Chron)
    • DC's Silver Line Almost Never Came to Be (WaPo)
    • Indianapolis Tops Denver in Bike-share Stats (Indy Star)
    • Nashville Mayoral Candidates Talk Walkability (Nashville Public Radio)
    • Miami Could Boost Transit Use By Scrapping Parking Requirements (Miami Herald)
    • Twin Cities Hope to Quadruple Bike Commuting by 2040 (MPR News)

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