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The Transit Factor in Amazon's HQ2 Selection Reflects Transportation's Growing Economic Development Clout

Weary locals across the country have long complained of strained transportation networks.

In cities across America, weary locals have long complained that strained transportation networks were failing to keep pace with the rush of new development. Then, Amazon announced it would conduct a nationwide search for a place to locate a second headquarters. The very prospect of landing 50,000 jobs and 8 million square feet of office space quickly...

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