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    • Can the World Halve Traffic Deaths and Injuries By 2020? (Guardian)
    • Star Trib: Twin Cities Can't Afford to Give Up on Transit Expansion Projects
    • Connecticut Divided on NE Corridor Amtrak Plans (CT Mirror)
    • The Case for Single Ride Bike-Share Fares (NextCity)
    • Governing: Why Are New Cities So Blah?
    • Changing Track on the Dallas Light-Rail Plan (Dallas News)
    • In New Haven, TIGER Grant to Turn Highway Stub Into Urban Boulevard (AP)
    • Grist: Cities Are Getting Smarter on Parking
    • Silicon Valley Still More Trusted Than Automakers on Self-Driving Cars (WSJ)
    • Boston Transit Makes More Data Public (Boston Globe)

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