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9:09 AM EST on January 20, 2015

    • Tennessee DOT Chief: No New Projects Until Federal Funding Issues Resolved (Nashville Biz Journal)
    • Detroit Office Market Shifting From Suburbs to Downtown (Freep)
    • Eliminating an Hour-Long One-Way Commute Makes People as Happy as $40,000 Raise (Lifehacker)
    • Philadelphia Advocates Launch a New Political Action Committee Aimed at Livable Streets (Philly)
    • Baltimore Businesses Begin Advertising Campaign to Save Threatened Red Line (Baltimore Sun)
    • Editorial: Two Milwaukee Aldermen Misleading the Public Against Streetcar Project (Journal-Sentinel)
    • Maryland Parents are Investigated for Neglect After Children Walk Home from School (WaPo)
    • Des Moines, Iowa, Getting New 154-Unit "Bike Friendly" Apartment Complex (WHO 13)

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