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9:05 AM EST on February 6, 2015

    • Despite Metro-North Crash, Train Travel Still Much, Much Safer Than Driving (The Week)
    • Governing: How Social Media is Being Used to Improve Transit Service and Reliability
    • Metro Times: A History Lesson in How Detroit Transit Got to be So Troubled
    • Did the Koch Brothers Just Doom America's Infrastructure to Decay? (American Prospect)
    • Rents in Austin Finally Stabilizing After Boom in Apartment Construction (American Statesman)
    • London Bans Dangerous Trucks to Protect Cyclists (BBC)
    • Global Economic Report Finds a Link Between City Safety and Prosperity (CitiScope)
    • Columbus, Ohio, to Host National Safe Routes to School Conference in April (SRTS)

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