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9:00 AM EDT on August 3, 2016

    • Detroit Leaders Reach Deal on Transit Plan (Detroit Free Press)
    • Injunction Stops Work on Albuquerque BRT (Business Journals)
    • Atlanta to Use $10 Million TIGER Grant to Complete an Important Street (AJC)
    • Omaha's Progress Toward Becoming a Walkable City (World-Herald)
    • Gated Communities Undermine Walkability (Miami News Today)
    • Duluth Installing "Super Sidewalks" For Cyclists and Pedestrians to Share (Bemidji Press)
    • China's "Straddling Bus" Goes on a Test Run (Shanghaist)
    • More than 120,000 Rides on Twin Cities' A-Line BRT in First Month (Star Tribune)
    • Cities Finally Realizing They Need Less Parking (Grist)

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