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9:01 AM EDT on August 22, 2016

    • Amtrak Names Freight Railroad Vet as New CEO (NYT)
    • Why U.S. Companies Are Setting Up Downtown (TechWire)
    • Lyft Hasn't Landed a Buyer Yet, Despite Talks (NYT)
    • Cultivating an American-Made Bicycle Industry in Detroit (New Yorker)
    • Court Clears Way for Building Albuquerque BRT (ABQ Journal)
    • In Tennessee, Drunk Driving Law Puts Transpo Funds in Jeopardy (Tennessean)
    • Future Green Line Extension Raises Property Values Outside Boston (Boston Globe)
    • Better Block Movement Comes to Ohio (Crain's Cleveland Business)
    • From Colombia to Vancouver, Startup Gives Rewards for Bike Commuting (Metro News)
    • Moscow Embraces Walkability, Sans Democracy (Foreign Policy)

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