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Toronto's planned Crosstown light rail project looks to mitigate colossal budget overruns
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Chicago and Philadelphia are doing away with fare cards in favor of an "open fare" system
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A growing number of cities are letting buses cruise highway shoulders to improve service
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A 100-year plan for the region focuses on harnessing abundant freshwater to fuel an economic rebirth
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Incomplete data, inconsistent definitions, and an outsider's perspective can all trip up attempts to measure cities against one another
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