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8:48 AM EDT on October 14, 2014

    • Seattle's Bike-Share System Launches With 500 Bikes (Post-Intelligencer, Slog)
    • Tucson Streetcar Beats Expectations (Clean Technica)
    • Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Has Surprisingly Non-Crazy Idea for Transpo Funding (State Journal)
    • Philadelphia Studies Feasibility of Restoring Transit on Abandoned Line (Next City)
    • Providence TIGER Grant Has Connecticut Thinking About Streetcars (WNPR)
    • What If LA and Dallas Had the Transit That Was Planned Decades Ago? (SCPR, D Mag)
    • DC Mayoral Frontrunner Muriel Bowser Talks Housing, Transit with GGW
    • Here's How Dallas Plans to Spend $38M in TAP Bike/Ped Money (Star Courier)
    • DC Most Expensive U.S. City Says Survey That Counts Laundry Soap But Not Transportation (WaPo)
    • Why Are We Still Building Streetcars With Overhead Wires? (The Age)
    • The U.S. Needs a Drivers' Version of This Dutch App that Rewards Phone-Free Biking (

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