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8:58 AM EDT on October 5, 2016

    • Ed Glaeser on Why So Much Infrastructure Spending Is Wasted (Vox)
    • Adie Tomer: It Will Take More Than Light Rail to Fix U.S. Transit (NextCity)
    • Anthony Foxx Says He Expects Automakers to Voluntarily Comply with New Safety Guidelines (Reuters)
    • Planners Will Try to Fix a Sprawling Section of Suburban Maryland (NYT)
    • Mexico Bets on Gondolas (Japan Times)
    • Gentrification and Bike Lanes -- The Guardian Considers the Connection
    • Pedestrian Deaths Up 60 Percent This Year in Minnesota (Star Tribune)
    • Cleveland Will Test Connected Buses (Plain Dealer)
    • U.S.'s First "Dutch-Style" Unsignalized Intersection Installed at Texas A&M (TTI)

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