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8:23 AM EDT on June 9, 2011

    • Google Unveils Live Transit Updates in Six Cities
    • Rep. Rahall: Beware False GOP Promises About Amtrak Privatization (The Hill)
    • Sen. Kerry Hopeful That Infrastructure Bank Plan Will Move Forward (The Hill)
    • Enviros Sue Caltrans Over Road-Widening Planned for "Safety" Reasons (Sacramento Bee)
    • Congestion Pricing Reduces Carbon Emissions... and Cab Fares (Infrastructurist)
    • Cities Not on the High-Speed Rail Map Eye Improved Amtrak Service As a First Step (News Sentinel)
    • Caught on Tape: New Yorkers' Bad Behavior on Bikes, on Foot, and Behind the Wheel (AltTransport)
    • Business Advice for Bicycle Dealers (NYT)
    • Nothing Brings Together Business and Labor Like an Infrastructure Crisis (The Hill)
    • Editorial: New Orleans Moves Ahead With Streetcar Despite Resistance From Governor (City Business)
    • Lawsuit Challenges Oklahoma's Attempt to Raid Transportation Funds (Forbes)

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