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8:20 AM PDT on October 18, 2016

    • The future of retirement communities: Walkable and urban (NY Times)
    • Expo Line hits pedestrian, triggering major Metro delays and media attention (LA Times)
    • Mixed reactions to new BART trains (SFGate)
    • The past two weeks show what “solving” climate change can look like (Vox)
    • Cartoon future of climate change (Vox)
    • The next president's effect on transportation (Greater Greater Washington)
    • A sidewalk to connect our fractured nation (CNU)
    • This map of how people commute to Manhattan is incomplete—but beautiful (CityLab)
    • A parking tax can bring new transit (Curbed)
    • Businesses need to incorporate climate change management into their fiduciary plans (Pensions&Investments)
    • Airbnb is driving up the rents in urban neighborhoods (Guardian)

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