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9:00 AM EST on February 3, 2015

    • Seattle Leaders Seem Determined to Continue Highly Troubled Highway Tunnel Megaproject (NextCity)
    • CBO: Highway Trust Fund Will Be Short $168 Billion by 2025 (AASHTO Journal)
    • Next City: Urbanists Everywhere Should be Fighting for D.C. Statehood
    • Columbus, Ohio, to Get Protected Bike Lane (Columbus Underground via Streetsblog Ohio)
    • Broward County, Florida, Commits to Doubling Bike Lanes to 280 Miles (Sun-Sentinel)
    • More People Fly or Bike to Work in Anchorage, Alaska, Than Take Transit (Alaska Dispatch News)
    • Denver "Being Transformed" By Metro-Wide Transit (Denver Post)
    • Bikes Account for One-Sixth of Traffic in Central London (
    • The Secret to Portland's Economic Success (City Observatory)
    • What!? Spanish Officials Propose Holding Pedestrians to Sobriety Standards (Wine Spectator)

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