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8:57 AM EDT on July 1, 2011

    • Obama Stands Up for Transportation Spending in Tough Budget Fight (TranspoNation)
    • Central Florida Holds Breath for SunRail Decision Today (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Indiana’s Texting While Driving Ban Goes Into Effect (NWI Times)
    • New Penalties for Driving Distracted in Tennessee (Tennessean)
    • California Is Recycling Its Roads for a Greener, Quicker Pot Hole Fix (GOOD)
    • LaHood Supports Cheaper, Above-Ground Plans for DC’s Dulles Metro Extension (Examiner)
    • NYC Suburbanite Enthralled by Novelty of Horn-Honking, Car Alarms (NYT)
    • Jury Still Out on Obama’s Climate Record (Grist)
    • NY Complete Streets Activists Still Waiting for Gov. Cuomo to Sign Bills (TSTC)
    • Possible Setback for HSR in California as PR Firm Steps Down (Sacramento Bee)
    • Old Parking Garage to Become Mixed-Use Development in DC Neighborhood (WBJ)

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