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    • Some Big Cities Finally See Apartment Prices Fall (WSJ)
    • The Joys and Challenges of Going Car-Free With Kids in L.A. (Curbed)
    • How Bogotá's Ciclovia Inspired Open Streets All Over the U.S. -- With an Assist From Streetfilms (Vox)
    • Chris Christie's "Shell Game" With NJ Transit Funding Comes Under Scrutiny (WSJ)
    • Grist: Uber Isn't Contributing to Sprawl
    • Amtrak Watchdog Says It Isn't Properly Budgeting for Life-Saving Positive Train Control (The Hill)
    • Why Is London's Media So Hard on the City's Widely Used Bike Lanes? (CityLab)
    • Texas's Glow-in-the-Dark "Dutch Junction" Could Set Precedent for Safer Bikeways (Houston Chronicle)
    • University of Pennsylvania Will Reimburse Employees Who Bike to Work (NextCity)

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