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8:54 AM EDT on May 18, 2011

    • White House: Executive Agency -- Not Congress -- Should Fund Amtrak (The Hill)
    • Financial Potholes Ahead for the Highway Trust Fund (Wall Street Pit)
    • Pols Fling Blame for Gas Prices as Senate Upholds Tax Breaks for Big Oil (Politico)
    • Study: Crumbling Infrastructure Threatens America (WaPo)
    • Amtrak Enjoys Record Ridership Even as Financial Problems Linger (AltTransportWSJ)
    • Oregonian Article Irks Portland Cyclists -- Again (BikePortland)
    • Gingrich: Cutting Oil Subsidies Part of a Plot to Force People into Big Cities (Yglesias)
    • How DC Became One of the Most Bike-Friendly Cities in the Country (Dirt)
    • Shocker: GOP's John Huntsman Stands with Science on Climate Change (TPM)
    • Why We Don't Love Cities Enough (Infrastructurist)

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