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8:57 AM EDT on July 6, 2011

    • LaHood Presents TIGER 3: $527 Million for U.S. Transportation Projects (FastLane)
    • House Republicans Seek to Slash National Transportation Funding (WaPo)
    • Republican Freshman Still Wants Federal Support for Pet Projects (ThinkProgress)
    • Former U.S. DOT Secretaries Support National Teen Driving Legislation (CNBC)
    • Study: Teen Commuting Habits Are Healthier in Cities Than Suburbs (MedNews)
    • Bike-Friendly Transit Makes Commuting on Two Wheels Practical (NYTGreen)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Park Inspires a New Anacostia Waterfront in DC (Housing Complex)
    • Just When We Need It Most, Recession Hits Transit Hard (Boston Globe)
    • Wisconsin Cuts Regional Transit Authorities, Planning in New State Budget (Journal Sentinel)
    • Switchboard Releases Latest "Green" Cities Ranking
    • European Investment Bank: Investment in Smart Growth Is Our Strategy (NewEurope)

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