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    • Foxx in Boston Globe: Let's Correct Past Transportation Mistakes and Connect Communities
    • What to Expect With First Surge of $60M DC Metro Repair Plan (WaPo, The Hill)
    • Atlanta to Spend $1B Over 25 Years on Biking, Walking Projects (Bicycling)
    • Past Patterns Show That Voters Pony Up for Transit (Indy Star)
    • Streetcars Work Best When They're Not Just For Nostalgia (AP)
    • Are Compact Neighborhoods Actually More Affordable? (Planetizen)
    • New Survey: Americans Want More TOD (CentralJersey.com)
    • Uber Gets Into Subprime Auto Lending (CityLab)
    • A Look at Kansas City's "Smart City Bid (Route 50)
    • Accurate Bike Counter Could Help Complete Streets Advocates (Next City)

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