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8:58 AM EDT on September 29, 2015

    • Study: Car Ownership Isn't Going Away, But Technology's Changing Things (HuffPoUSA Today)
    • Senator Cardin Rebukes Larry Hogan for Killing Baltimore's Red Line (Baltimore Biz Journal)
    • Christie More Open to Gas Tax Hike in Jersey, But Only With Other Tax Cuts (
    • Could Houston Follow Paris's Lead With Car-Free Days? (Houston Chron)
    • "A Place to Park One's Bike" Is a Real Estate Factor Now (WaPo)
    • Seattle Bike-Share Would See Big Expansion Under Mayor's Budget (Seattle Times)
    • The Next Frontier of New York Commuting: Ferries? (Next City)
    • San Marcos "Quietly Schools" San Diego on Smart Development (Voice of San Diego)
    • Alabama Goes For More Bike-Friendly Streets (AP)

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