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    • Pedestrian Deaths Up 10 Percent Last Year (Christian Science Monitor) "Fastest Jump... Ever" (Newser)
    • Ped Deaths Up 60 Percent in Utah (KUTV), 124 percent in Ohio (NewsNet5)
    • 2015 Was "Deadliest Year Ever" for Pedestrians in Orange County, California (OC Register)
    • Media Blames "Distracted Pedestrians" (WIVB)
    • State Lawmakers Trying to Save Late Night Transit Service in Boston (Globe)
    • Making Cleveland More Urban Through New Zoning Will Require "Culture Shift" (Cleveland.com)
    • Charleston City Council Places Moratorium on Walkable "Gathering Place" Zoning (Post and Courier)
    • Researchers Settle on 7.7-Mile Light Rail Plan for Ann Arbor (Rail Journal)

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