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    • How Freeways Have Fractured America's Race Relations (Time)
    • People for Bikes Rates the Top 10 Bike Lanes of 2014
    • APTA: Public Transportation Use Up in Third Quarter (Roll Call)
    • LA Times: Get High-Speed Rail Right for Our Grandkids
    • What Has SE Michigan's Transit Authority Actually Been Up to for the Past Two Years? (Metromode)
    • Does Arlington Have a Plan B After Killing the Streetcar? (Next City)
    • Streetsblog Chicago's John Greenfield Calls for More Street Transformations in His City (Crain's)
    • Curbed: Atlanta's Got to Quit Bickering Over Transit
    • Gov. Malloy Predicts Good Things for CTfastrak After Tour (Hartford Courant)
    • Amherst, MA, Loses Amtrak Service After More Than 30 Years (Mass Live)

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