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9:21 AM EDT on August 19, 2010

    • Americans Split on Gulf Drilling Moratorium (Gallup)
    • Sales Tax Could Be a Boon for Transit in Atlanta (AJC
    • Meanwhile, in Texas: White Argues Gas Tax Revenue For Roads Only (BusinessWeek)
    • Connecticut Approves $260 Million for Commuter Rail System (Courant)
    • Civil Rights Transit Probe Simmers in San Francisco (Streetsblog SF, SFGate)
    • Concerns About Potential Cost Overruns Dog Seattle Tunnel (Stateline)
    • Coburn: Why I Put a Hold on the Metro Oversight Bill (WaPo)
    • Infrastructurist: How Confused Are You About Energy Conservation?
    • Would You Ride a Seatless Subway? (Gothamist)  
    • Demand Prompts Investments in Bike Lockers From Sound Transit (Seattle Times

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