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9:06 AM EST on January 6, 2016

    • What's the Most Bike-Friendly City in the World? (The Guardian)
    • Phoenix Faces Potential Bus Drivers Strike (AZCentral)
    • Next City Explains How Rail Transit Can Help Heal Urban Divides
    • Connecticut Gov Hopes Public Backs $100 Billion, 30-year Transportation Plan (WTNH)
    • 120 Pedestrians and Bicyclists Killed on Tennessee Roads in 2015 (WKRN)
    • Another Big TOD Proposal for Atlanta's MARTA (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
    • Grist: Why Doesn't the U.S. Have Good Hitchhiking Apps?
    • Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Cincinnati Urbanist Blogger's Right to Vote (Business Journal)

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