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Today’s Headlines

9:06 AM EDT on June 10, 2011

    • Republican Presidential Hopeful Pawlenty Wants to Privatize Amtrak (The Hill)
    • Public Pays the Price for Privatizing Infrastructure (Politico)
    • Google Robot Cars Would Promote Sprawl (Fast Company)
    • NRDC’s Kaid Benfield: City of Detroit isn’t Shrinking, ‘Right-size’ the Suburbs (Grist)
    • Corporations Realizing Best & Brightest Don’t Want to Work in Suburbs (The New Republic)
    • New Book Tells the Secret History of America’s Interstate Highway System (Infrastructurist)
    • DC Commuter Ferry Service Struggles to Stay Afloat (Washington Post)
    • Sprawl Lobby Still Trying to Make DC Look Like Houston (Greater Greater Washington)
    • China Set to Lap USA with High Speed Rail (Baltimore Sun)

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