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8:39 AM EDT on August 5, 2011

    • Tea Party Would Scrap Gas Tax; GM Would Increase It (CNNMoney)
    • Volunteers Come Forward to Help Elderly Without Transit Get Around (Stateline)
    • British Medical Journal: Bike-Share is Good For Your Health (LATimes)
    • When Toll Roads Go Bankrupt, Who Pays for Failed Public-Private Partnership? (Landline)
    • Jacksonville Investing in Bringing Business Back to Downtown (FLTrend)
    • Atlanta Study: Transit Improves Quality of Life, Economy (Patch)
    • LA Requires New Eco-Friendly Construction Policy for Transit Projects (LAist)
    • Obama To Propose New Fuel Efficiency Standards for America’s Trucks (The Hill)
    • Chicago's Lollapalooza Attendees Urged to Take Transit, Ride Bikes (SunTimes)
    • Fight Over DC Metro’s Union Wage Increases Finally Over (WaPo)

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