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8:56 AM EST on March 6, 2015

    • The Week: Is America's Urban Comeback Overhyped?
    • $1.1 billion Spent on L.A.'s I-405 and It's Still Congested (L.A. Weekly)
    • Only Relatively Recently Did Women Begin to Have a Say in How Cities Develop (The Guardian)
    • Sprawl Booster Starts New Think Tank Promoting Houston, "Opportunity Urbanism" (Chronicle)
    • Topeka, Kansas, Launching Bike-Share with Social Bikes (Washburn Review)
    • Philly Magazine: Schoolyards Are the Next Frontier in Public Spaces
    • Chicago Studying $350 Million "Superloop" Streetcar (Gazette)
    • What the Amtrak Bill Means for the Northeast Corridor (Roll Call)

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