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    • Deb Hubsmith, Presente! Safe Routes to School Visionary Dies At 45 (BikePortland, Bicycle Retailer)
    • Toll From Traffic Crashes in First Half of 2015 Cost $152 Billion (Claims Journal)
    • WaPo Wonkblog Maps 38 Million Long-Distance Commutes
    • Gov. Brown to California Legislature: Deal With Transpo Funding (AP, LandLine)
    • Phoenix, Cleveland Tell Albuquerque Transit Has Been Transformative; You Should Try It (BizJournal)
    • Phoenix Light Rail Will Be Important to Millennials (AZ Central)
    • Ten Years After Katrina, New Orleans Transit Still Struggling (Grist)
    • Miami Plans Three BRT Corridors (Herald)
    • Active Trans Wants a Light Rail Line Connecting O'Hare and Midway (Curbed)
    • To Fund Transportation, Detroit Wants to Collect Income Taxes From Residents Working in Burbs (Crains)
    • Activating Public Space Under Elevated Roadways (Urban Omnibus)
    • How Detours Turn Roadways Into Dangerous Interstates (WISHTV)

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