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9:00 AM EDT on July 26, 2016

    • Next City Provides a Guide to the Democratic Party Platform
    • At DNC, Ride-Hailing Breaks Records and Dems Get to Try Electric Buses (Philly Mag, NGT News)
    • GGW Writers Sound Off on Tim Kaine's Urbanism Credentials
    • With Feds Backing Away From Texas Rail, Opposition Could Mount (Texas Trib)
    • Rail Advocates Cheer Progress on Northeast Expansion Plans (WAMC)
    • Two South Carolina Mayors Agree That Transit Is Lacking (Charleston Biz Journal)
    • People for Bikes Campaign to Boost Cycling in 10 Cities (Curbed)
    • Mobile, Alabama, Presses for Amtrak Stop (
    • APTA Recognizes Six Transit Agencies for Sustainability Progress
    • Where Tucson's Streetcar Stands at 2nd Anniversary (AZ Daily Star)
    • Jersey Shore Mayor Wants to Rob Pedestrians of the Right of Way (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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