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8:49 AM EDT on June 14, 2011

    • Former Treasury Sec. Summers: U.S. Must Invest in Infrastructure to Revive Economy (WaPo)
    • Obama Food Desert Initiative Will Help Corner Markets, Not Just Supermarkets (Grist)
    • Chorus Grows for Performance-Based Transportation Funding (National Journal)
    • Bus Safety Administration Wants to Raise the Bar on Intercity Buses (Transpo Nation)
    • The Problem With TTI's Urban "Mobility" Report (Human Transit)
    • Just Because a City Isn't Growing Doesn't Mean It's Dying (Infrastructurist)
    • Gabe Klein Wants to Bring Transit Tracking Monitors to Chicago Bus Stops (Sun-Times)
    • In Indianapolis, An Announcement About a New Parking Garage Sparks Push For Transit (Indystar)
    • The One County to Reject a Sales Tax Initiative This Year Has to Make Painful Cuts to Transit (KOMO)
    • NJ Legislators Urge Christie Not to Cut Transit Security Funds (
    • Virginia's Refusal to Ask for Rail Money Was Politically Motivated (WaPo)

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