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9:02 AM EDT on September 13, 2016

    • NY Times Looks at the Transformative Impact of Atlanta's BeltLine
    • In Nashville, "Eye-Popping" Pedestrian Bridge Will Link Two Neighborhoods (Tennessean)
    • Slate Covers TransitCenter's Latest Report on Public Transit and Private Mobility Companies
    • To Save Kids' Lives, LA Needs Walkable Streets (LA Times)
    • New Proterra Electric Bus Model Can Go 18 Hours Without a Charge (International Biz Times)
    • Feds Devote $25M to Safer Railroad Crossings (The Hill)
    • Dallas Observer: City Council Seems to Be Growing a Backbone With Its Transit Demands
    • Seattle Pilot Program Pairs Affordable Housing With Transit Discounts (Next City)
    • Will Houston's Bike Plan End the Driver vs. Cyclist Wars? (Houston Press)
    • A Longtime Amtrak Conductor on How the Job Affects His View of U.S. Society (Atlantic)

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