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9:10 AM EDT on September 21, 2010

    • LaHood, DOT Keep Focus on Distracted Driving With Summit (WaPo)
    • Meanwhile, New Proposal Would Ban Certain Truck Drivers from Texting (AP)
    • Freight Trains: A Thorn in Obama's High-Speed Rail Plan (WSJ)
    • Bike-Sharing Hits the Big Time in DC with CaBi (WaPo, NYT, GGW)
    • Christie Eyes Raiding Hudson River Rail Tunnel Funds for Other Projects (
    • What's More Stressful: Driving to Work or Riding the Bus? (Infrastructurist)
    • Will Obama's Infrastructure Pitch Strike Out With Swing Voters? (Transpo Nation)
    • Boston Globe: Smart Growth Not Just an Environmental Fad
    • California Lawmakers Want To Make Commutes Shorter (Capitol Weekly)
    • Introducing Baltimore's CharmCard (Baltimore Sun)

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