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8:24 AM EDT on September 7, 2010

    • Obama Puts Transportation Back on the Agenda With $50 Billion Plan (Politico, AP, WSJ)
    • ...First Reactions: BrookingsTransport PoliticTime, Bob Herbert, Boehner
    • Can the United States Catch Up on High-Speed Rail? (NYT)
    • Study: Light Rail Users 6.5 Pounds Lighter Than Drivers (Virginian Pilot)
    • Mary Landrieu: We've Got to Stop Building for the Automobile and Start Building for People (Nola)
    • See What Americans Are Thinking About About Gas Prices (Rasmussen)
    • Minneapolis Bike-Share Program Set to Expand (NPR)
    • MobileEye Camera Aims to Stop Motorists From Hitting Pedestrians (Slashgear)
    • Why Rail-Regulating Train Nerds Love Their Jobs So Much (WaPo)
    • David Alpert and Company Emerge as Formidable Smart Growth Advocates In DC (City Paper, GGW)

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