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8:33 AM EDT on July 26, 2011

    • Debt Ceiling Fight No Longer About Substance, Just Partisan Maneuvering (WaPo)
    • Would Transpo Funding Stop in Case of Government Default? (Transportation Issues Daily)
    • John Mica: Put the Trust Back in the Trust Fund, Leave Infrastructure Decisions to States (Roll Call)
    • This is What We Do With Scarce U.S. Transpo Money: Lose it to the Taliban (WaPo)
    • China Does Damage Control After 39 Die in Rail Crash (Reuters)
    • "It's Called a Cycle Track": Chicago Gets Its First Protected Bike Lane (Tribune)
    • Denver Managed to Avoid Atlanta's Transpo Fate. Can Atlanta Now Copy Denver? (AJC)
    • Funding Available for Tribal Transit (Sacramento Biz Journal)
    • The Demise of Borders and the Importance of "Third Places" in Cities (MyUrbanist)
    • Planned, Sustainable Greenfield Development: A Contradiction in Terms? (Curbed)
    • Milwaukee Commuter Rail Plans Go Nowhere (Journal Sentinel)

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