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    • Report: Transportation Planning Isn't Keeping Up With the Times (Governing)
    • Why Do Most Northeast Travelers Still Choose Driving? (CityLab)
    • Transit Takes Front Seat in Talks on Atlanta's Future (AJC)
    • Montgomery County, MD, to Start Building BRT on Its Own (WaPo)
    • How Will Low-Income Commuters Deal with Fare Hikes in Denver and Bay Area? (Next City, SF Gate)
    • A Healthier Future for Disappointing Commercial Corridors (Urban Land)
    • Strong Towns Maps Cities That Ditched Parking Minimums
    • How Can We Reduce Air Pollution Risks for Cyclists? (CityLab)

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