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    • Seattle's $50B Light Rail Package Will Go to Voters This Fall (The Stranger)
    • Population Shifted to Sunbelt and the Burbs Last Year (CityLab)
    • ...While Chicago Saw Greater Losses Than Any Metro Area (Chicago Trib)
    • L.A. Advocates, Citizens Scrutinize $120B Transit Plans (LA Times)
    • How Will California's High-Speed Rail Fare at the Polls? (Sac Bee)
    • GGW Takes Issue With Turning Rockville Pike Into 18-Lane Mega Street
    • Which Factors Make or Break Bike-Share? (USA Today)
    • Unraveling the Myth of the Freeloading Cyclist (Momentum Mag)
    • How Ride-Sharing Improves Nashville's Core (Tennessean)
    • Detroit Free Press: Naming the New Rail "Q-Line" Misses the Mark

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