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    • Uber and Public Transit Try to Make Friends (CityLab)
    • America's Worst and Most Dangerous Roads, Mapped by Google (WaPo)
    • How Transit-Oriented Development Could Lower Rents in Chicago (Chicago Mag)
    • APTA Recognizes Seven Transit Agencies for Sustainability
    • Can Low Silver Line Ridership in Tysons Be Blamed on Lack of Sidewalks? (WAMU)
    • Seattle Transit Goes Big Into Green Bonds (Wall Street Journal)
    • We Don't Care Enough About Car Crashes (Slate)
    • How Can Davis, CA, Keep Its Bike Mode-Share Strong? (Guardian)
    • Raleigh Could Serve as Model for Other Downtowns (WUNC)
    • Boston Gets Its First Active Transportation Director (Patch)

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