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    • Study: U.S. Sprawl Has Been Declining Since 1994 (City Lab)
    • Salt Lake City Sees Distinct Pockets of High Transit Ridership (Salt Lake Trib)
    • Thursday Is APTA's "Dump the Pump" Day
    • Public Weighs in on Detroit-Grand Rapids Rail (Fox17)
    • Belmont, NC, Nonprofit Works to Bring Back Streetcar (TWC News)
    • Jersey Shore Express Trains Start Sunday (NJ.com)
    • Boulder to Reduce Car Lanes, Widen Bike Lanes on Three Major Streets (KDVR)

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