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8:59 AM EST on November 14, 2017

    • Growth in Twin Cities Suburbs Means Transit Doesn’t Reach as Many Jobs (Star Tribune)
    • Plan to Rebuild Houston After Harvey Includes “Green Loop,” Multimodal Streets (Curbed)
    • Honolulu Residents Call for Complete Streets in Urban Core (KITV)
    • Omaha Neighborhood’s Zoning Limits Parking and Discourages Driving (World-Herald)
    • Governing Outlines "Innovative" Approaches to Boosting Transit Ridership
    • TriMet Workers in Portland Get Pay Raises; No Fare Hike Needed (Oregonian)
    • Majority of CA Voters Want to End Gas Tax That’s Funding Improved Transit (KTLA)
    • Coeur D’Alene Nixes Transit Center Lobby Because of Fears It Will Attract Homeless (Press)
    • HuffPost Compares D.C.’s Colorful Dockless Bikes to Pop-Up Street Art
    • Stop Freaking Out About Dockless Bike-Share, Seattle (The Stranger)

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