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Does New York City Need More Taxis?

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Sound Of Your City: Trains

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Wes Breitenbach of Knoxville, Tenn., says the Tennessee River offers everything from moments of solitude to live music, "right in the heart of downtown." Courtesy of Wes Breitenbach hide caption

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A sign for Interstate 81 sits under an overpass in Syracuse, N.Y. City officials and residents are debating what to do about an aging stretch of the highway that cuts through the city. Zack Seward for NPR hide caption

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A City Faces Its 'Berlin Wall': An Interstate Highway

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Motorists To Urban Planners: Stay In Your Lane

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City Life Snapshot: A.J. Auto Accessories

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A Twitter Conversation: #NPRCities Roundtable

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City Life Snapshot: Oakland Bus Driver

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Ryan Curtis leans in for a kiss from Love Kovtun on Telegraph Avenue in Oakland's Uptown neighborhood in April. New businesses and investment have helped revitalize the city's downtown over the past decade. Laura Morton for NPR hide caption

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Oakland Turns A Corner As Calif. Faces Budget Woes

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Physics And Cities: View From The Street

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Candy Chang, co-founder of the website Neighborland, writes on an art installation in New Orleans in April. As part of a public street art project that later became Neighborland, Chang put nametag-like stickers on empty New Orleans storefronts for residents to write ideas for improving the city. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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Filling In New Orleans' Future, One Blank At A Time

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