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8:34 AM EDT on August 11, 2011

    • Presidential "Maybe" Rick Perry Lobbies Against Federal Money For HSR, Amtrak (Texas Tribune)
    • Scott Brown Slammed For Rejecting Gas Tax Hike Amid D.C. Paralysis on Reauthorization (Boston Herald)
    • China Stops Train Car Production, Orders Trains to Slow Down (Business Insider)
    • CA High-Speed Rail Goes to Court as Cost Projections Rise (BizJournals, Palo Alto Online)
    • Four Bike Groups Get $100,000 to Reach Out to Latinos, Triple Mode Share, and More (Bike League)
    • Atlanta Pols Set to Make Major Decisions on Transportation Spending and Policy (AJC)
    • Seattle Aims to Cut Car Use in Half (Good)
    • Exurban CA Mayor Wants to "Wage War" Against the Only People Who Want to Move There (NYT)
    • Turns Out New Yorkers Love Bike Lanes -- Especially Latinos and Low-Income Folks (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Slate Profiles NYCDOT Chief JSK and Her Bike Lane "Investment Strategy"
    • If the Feds Can Telework on Snow Days, Why Not on Code Red Heat Days? (GGW)
    • Late Night Bus Service Is a Social Justice Issue (Twin Cities Daily Planet)

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