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9:01 AM EDT on March 27, 2015

    • Brookings: People Are Living Farther From Work (Planetizen)
    • Distracted Driving by Teens at an All-Time High (CBS Philly)
    • Sprawl Is Stifling the U.S. Economy (Vox)
    • Well-Educated Young People Moving to the Densest Cities, Driving Up Local Incomes (Atlantic)
    • Ohio PIRG Finds the State's College Students Want More Transportation Options
    • Slate: So What If There's More Uber Cars Than Taxis in New York City?
    • Senator Mike Lee Pushing Legislation To Make It Hard to Raise the Gas Tax (The Hill)
    • New York Fills in Parking Crater With Parking-Free Housing and Retail (Streetsblog NYC)

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