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    • Can Neighbors Stop Colorado From Expanding a Hated Denver Highway? (Governing)
    • Denver's Airport Train One Year In: Some Glitches But Strong Ridership, says RTD (Denver Post)
    • The Man With All the Answers, Elon Musk, Can't Figure Out His Employee Parking Lot (Wall Street Journal)
    • Support for Tolling Rises in Massachusetts (Planetizen)
    • Slate Reviews Richard Florida's New Book
    • Consultants Predict That Driverless Cars Will Account for a Quarter of Traffic By 2030 (Bloomberg)
    • Find Out How Much Your City Will Lose Under Proposed HUD Cuts (National Low Income Housing Coalition)

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