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8:19 AM EDT on May 17, 2011

    • ULI Report: Disintegrating Infrastructure Will Build Public Support for a Gas Tax Hike (WaPo)
    • LaHood: We'll Pass a Transpo Bill This Year Because It Will Create Jobs (Businessweek)
    • That Abandoned House Bringing Down Your Neighborhood Might Be Owned by HUD (WaPo)
    • NE, UT Governors Face Pressure to Earmark Sales Tax Dollars for Highways (World Herald, SLTribune)
    • High-Speed Rail in California: Just Executive-Branch Pork? (ABC News 10)
    • Hating on Amtrak Seems to Be Becoming a National Pasttime (LAT)
    • Despite Stunning Success, Bixi is Nearly Bankrupt (Montreal Gazette)
    • New Jersey Should Fix Roads and Bridges First, Not Expand Them (Daily Record)
    • Bike League Partners with AAA to Educate Motorists and Cyclists to Avoid Crashes
    • Minneapolis Considers Vanity Plates, Mini-Bonds to Close Funding Shortfall (Star Tribune)

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