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    • Atlanta Beltline Founder Explains Why He Resigned From the Organization's Board (Creative Loafing)
    • Where Should the Next Billion People Live? (Nature)
    • Forbes: Inner-Ring Suburbs Need Some Attention
    • New Urban Development Will Test El Paso's Vision for Smart Growth (KFox14)
    • Detroit Aims to Restore Density in Midtown, Where Rising Rents Have Attracted Developers (Mlive)
    • Public Transit Must Be Fast, Cheap and Convenient (Torontoist)
    • Survey Shows Detroit Transit Vote May Be Close (Free Press)
    • Admiring Germany's New Bike Superhighway, the Radschnellweg Ruhr (Urban Omnibus)
    • Seattle Pedestrian Waits 26 Minutes for Walk Signal (K5)
    • Survey Unpacks American Attitudes Toward Self-Driving Cars (Washington Post)

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