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    • Why Is L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Silent About Rising Death Toll on City Streets? (Times)
    • How Transit Transformed the University of Maryland and College Park (Next City)
    • Center City Streetcar Survives -- for Now (Curbed Seattle)
    • With Ridership Growing, Madison Seeks Grant for Transit Expansion (Cap Times)
    • Milwaukee Alderman Tries to Divert Streetcar Funds (WTMJ)
    • Boston Suburb Gets New Bike-Share Bikes That Can Tackle Hills (Globe)
    • Florida Lawmakers Try Again to Stymie Passenger Rail (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Yes, Daily Texan, a Road Called “Speedway” Probably Does Need Bike Lanes
    • Faster Doesn't Always Equal Happier (Strong Towns)

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