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8:54 AM EDT on September 15, 2015

    • White House Announces $160M "Smart Cities" Push
    • Including: Making NYC, Tampa Testing Grounds for Driverless Cars (WSJ, TBO)
    • 83 Transpo Advocacy Groups Want Action on Long-Term Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Atlanta, Pittsburgh Score Federal Grants for TOD (AJC, Post-Gazette)
    • Paris Attack Prompts House to Look at Rail Security (The Hill)
    • In Philly, SEPTA Head Retires After 30 Years of Improvements (
    • Feds Give Boost to Durham-Orange Light Rail (Triangle Biz Journal)
    • New Pedestrian-Counting Tactics Could Steer Urban Policy (Next City)
    • How a Florida Newspaper Became an Advocate for Bike Safety (Columbia Journalism Review)
    • Can Uber and Lyft Make a Difference for Seniors? (Forbes)

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