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    • Four Things the Next President Should Do for Cities (Next City)
    • Ride-Hailing Services Discriminate After All (CityLab)
    • Pedestrian-Shaming Campaigns Are a Disgrace (Curbed)
    • LA's Traffic Attack Plan: Rail, Uber, Bikes, Density (LA Times)
    • The Sun Sentinel Thinks South Florida Should Just Give Up on Its Smart Growth Plan
    • Will Philly's Transit Strike Affect Voting? (CNN)
    • NJ Transit Is a Leader... in Mechanical Failures (Bloomberg)
    • A Q&A With the GOP Indiana Mayor Who Served on Obama's Climate Task Force (AlterNet)
    • Transportation's Poverty-Fighting Potential for Indianapolis (Governing)
    • Boston May Look to Bridj for Late-Night Service (Boston Globe)
    • New Trail Connects DC-Maryland Bike Network (WJLA)

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