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    • Fracking Boom Has Turned Texas Highways Into the Nation's Deadliest (NPR)
    • Why New Jersey Spends 8 Times the National Average on Roads (USA Today)
    • Texas Voters to Decide Whether to Spend Rainy Day Fund on Roads (KFOX14)
    • Number 12 in the California HSR Chronicles: Commute Logistics (Atlantic)
    • Boston's Beacon Street Is Designed for Speed (Walking Bostonian)
    • Streets.MN Pans Minneapolis Streetcar Plan
    • Can Transit Agencies Rebrand Buses as Cool? (In Transition)
    • All London's Political Parties Support Bike Superhighway, But Lobbyists Don't (Guardian)
    • Use Form-Based Codes, Not Arbitrary Density Goals, to Build Places (Public CEO)
    • Housing Costs Out of Control in Hot Cities, Feds of No Help (Politico)
    • ... Inclusionary Upzoning Can Bring Prices Down (Rooflines)

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