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9:18 AM EDT on November 2, 2016

    • Evidence That Lower-Income Americans Are Being Priced Out of Expensive Regions (WSJ)
    • Among Interventions CDC Recommends to Improve Health: Expanding Transit
    • Tesla's Suburban Problem (Alex Steffen)
    • SEPTA Transit Workers Strike Begins Second Day in Philadelphia (WPVI)
    • Pistons to Return to Detroit, Reversing Sprawl Exodus (Detroit News)
    • Boston Bicyclists Take Safety Into Their Own Hands, Crowdfund Bike Lane Protection (GoFundMe)
    • Pueblo, Colorado, to Spend $30,000 to Remove Bike Lanes (KRDO)
    • Republicans Don't Even Try to Win Cities Anymore (NYT)

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