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8:40 AM EDT on July 29, 2011

    • The Debt Ceiling: Hang Tight, This Could Get Ugly (Infrastructurist)
    • No End in Sight As FAA Shutdown Drags On (Transpo Nation)
    • Meanwhile, Sec. LaHood Urges Bipartisan Solution to Standoff (WaPo)
    • Report Throws Cold Water on California's High-Speed Rail Plans (LAT)
    • The House Transportation Bill: A Closer Look at TIFIA (T4America)
    • Sen. Wyden Introduces Transportation Bond Bill (Reuters)
    • Shorting Infrastructure: A Penny Wise, a Pound Foolish (Post-Gazette)
    • While Congress Squabbles, Billions are Wasted (WaPo)
    • Developers Vie to Reshape Car-Centric Tysons Corners (GGW)
    • New Balance "Hubway" System Brings Bike Sharing to Boston (Herald)

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