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8:51 AM EDT on October 24, 2014

    • Amtrak Weighs Selling Northeast Real Estate to Developers (Bloomberg)
    • Why is Metro Commuting Waning in DC? (WaPo)
    • New "Flyover Bridge" to Reduce Rail Congestion in Chicago (Chicago Trib)
    • EPA Invites Applications for Smart Growth Assistance
    • Do Jobs or Housing Motivate People to Move? (CityLab)
    • Developers and Activists Urge Miami to Ditch Parking Reqs for Small Buildings (Miami Herald)
    • Salt Lake City Mayors Show Off TOD to Christopher Leinberger (Salt Lake Trib)
    • Seattle Bike-Share Hits 4,000 Rides in First Week (Seattle PI)
    • Long Island Shifts Away From the Single-Family Home (WSJ)
    • NTSB to Release Full Report on Metro-North Crash (Stamford Advocate)
    • Can Awards for Urban Innovation Make a Difference? (CityLab)
    • BRT, Metro Extension in Store for Virginia's Route 1 (Connection Newspapers)

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