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9:14 AM EDT on September 14, 2010

    • What Has the Stimulus Bill Done for Transportation? (Time)
    • CA Rep. John Garamendi Lauds Obama's Infrastructure Proposal (The Hill)
    • T4America's Corless: Most Important Word in Obama Transpo Plan -- "Reform" (Infrastructurist)
    • Cars Kill More Kids Globally Than AIDS, Maleria, and TB Combined (Guardian)
    • Can the Climate Bill Make a Comeback? Not Likely (Dallas Morning News)
    • Japan Willing to Loan California $40 Billion For Rail (Bloomberg)
    • Tommy Thompson: Forget About High-Speed Rail for Now (WRN)
    • What Livability Means for Rural America: The Complete Series (T4America)
    • DC-Area Planners Eye 1,650 Miles of Variably-Priced Roads (Examiner)
    • North Carolina Rail Plan Under Fire (WRAL)

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