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    • Unexceptional America: Fraying Infrastructure Threatens Our Future (Economist)
    • Gas Prices: Washington's Newest Political Football (NYTimes)
    • We Can Drill All We Want and Gas Prices Will Hardly Budge (The Atlantic)
    • Meet the One Guy in DC Who Despises Capital Bikeshare (TBD)
    • Q & A with William Millar of the American Public Transportation Agency (Globe)
    • Once on the Brink, Amtrak Begins to Thrive (StarGazette)
    • App Shows Atlantans How a Transportation Tax Could Pay Off (Fresh Loaf)
    • FTA to New Jersey: Pay Up for Canceled ARC Tunnel Work (Transpo Nation)
    • Twitter Chooses Central City HQ While Facebook Opts for Suburbia (Grist)

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