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    • How Is Cheap Gas Affecting Transit Ridership? (Chicago Trib)
    • As Szabo Heads to Chicago, Foxx's Chief of Staff Steps in to Lead FRA (Chicago Trib, Reuters)
    • The Growing Momentum for Turning Parking Spaces Into Parks (NYT)
    • Could Olympics Prospect Help Boston Transit Projects? (Boston Globe)
    • How Denver Made Use of Private Dollars for Transit (Progressive Railroading)
    • Uber Cuts Prices in 48 States (Tech Crunch)
    • Tampa Bay Times: Let's Take a Serious Look at Extending the Streetcar
    • Why Did Gainesville Turn Bike Lanes Back Into Roads? (City Lab)
    • Reviewing the State of the Walkability Movement (Utne)
    • Salt Lake City Bets on Bikes for the Long-Term (Salt Lake Trib)

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