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8:58 AM EDT on May 25, 2016

    • Study: Walkable Neighborhoods Cut Obesity, Diabetes 10 Percent (NYT)
    • Opening Date for Cincinnati Streetcar Set for This Fall (WMUB)
    • Milwaukee Area Planners Predict BRT Will Attract an Additional 9,000 Riders (Wauwatoosa Now)
    • Twin Cities Light Rail Plan in Doubt After State Punted on Funding (Star Tribune)
    • Gainsville Sun to FDOT: Don't Expand Underperforming, Sprawl-Inducing Toll Road
    • Business Owners in San Diego Up in Arms Over Bike Lane Plan That Would Reduce Parking (CBS 8)
    • The Stranger: Seattle Betrays Cyclists by Ignoring Dangerous Streets
    • Salt Lake City Changing Zoning to Promote Streetcar Ridership (Tribune)
    • Racial Divide Over Wake County's Transit Plans (Indy Week)
    • Forbes Writer Compares Light Rail to Landlines

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