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9:52 AM EDT on September 16, 2010

    • Will Congress Pass Obama's Transportation Plan? (MinnPost)
    • Meanwhile, Infrastructure Woes Continue to Mount (CNC)
    • Infrastructure Bank: Not a Wacky Socialist Concept (Atlantic)
    • Carolyn McCarthy Bill Would Cut Fed Funding to States Soft on Distracted Driving (Transpo Nation)
    • Freakonomics: Cash For Clunkers a Waste
    • Jay Rockefeller Calls for Changes to Freight Rail Regulations (Reuters)
    • First HOT Lane Opens in Bay Area on I-680 (SFGate)
    • How Complete Streets Make Roads Safer for Pedestrians (Daily Planet)
    • Top Eight Transportation Tussles From 2010 (AltTransport)
    • An Antidote for Matchbox Cars: Legos for Transit Nerds (Human Transit)
    • Is Your City Bicycle Friendly? (LAB)

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