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8:57 AM EDT on October 17, 2016

    • Why the UN's Habitat III Conference Matters for the Future of Cities (CityLab)
    • Feds Put Hudson Rail Tunnel Project on Fast Track (WSJ)
    • After Crash, NJ Lawmakers Seek $10M for Train Safety Tech (
    • Retirement Communities of the Future Will Be Walkable and Urban (NYT)
    • FTA Gives Out $8M for "Mobility on Demand" Solutions (Progressive Railroading)
    • How Seattle Blew Its Shot at a Subway (CrossCut)
    • Could St. Paul's I-94 "Land Bridge" Help Heal Civic Scars? (MinnPost)
    • Denver Moves Ahead With Smart City Tech Without Feds (Gov Tech)
    • Activists Rally After Recent Bicyclist Deaths in Cambridge, MA (Boston Globe)
    • Will Waikiki's New Buses Have a Rail Station to Connect to? (Honolulu Civil Beat)

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