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    • America Builds More Three-Car Garages Than One-Bedroom Apartments (Bloomberg)
    • Federal Court Denies Injunction on Albuquerque Bus Rapid Transit Construction (ABQ Journal)
    • New Resource Makes 1930s Red-Lining Maps Available (Dissent)
    • Grist: Best Show on TV Right Now, "Atlanta," Is About Living Carless in the Suburbs
    • Thirty Pedestrians Have Been Killed in the Last Two Years in Nashville (Fox 17)
    • Northern Virginia Breaks Ground on Park-and-Ride Lot to Be Paid for With Toll Revenue (WTOP)
    • Fare Evasion Has Doubled on Twin Cities' Light Rail (KARE 11)
    • Baltimore to Launch Bike-Share System This Week (Baltimore Brew)

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