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8:46 AM EDT on August 17, 2011

    • Life for Pedestrians Across Florida Is (Still) Just Like Frogger (NYT)
    • Chicago Wants to Build the First ‘True’ Bus Rapid Transit System in U.S. (ChicagoTribune)
    • AAA Survey: Drivers Doubt Gas Taxes and Tolls Fund Only Transportation (AsburyPark)
    • Governor Perry Has Weak Record on Transportation in Texas (Chron)
    • No Cash? Long Island Transit Tests New Pay-by-Credit Card iPhone System (NYPost)
    • How to Make Millions Running a Transit System (Infrastructurist)
    • Study: Bike Share Program Prevents 12 Deaths Every Year in Barcelona (Good)
    • BMW Design Team Shows Off Ideas for New San Francisco BART Trains (Cnet, video)
    • High Speed Rail Reaches Out to Small Businesses for Support in California (FresnoBee)
    • Zipcar Losing Its Hold on DC-Area Car Share; But is That Good for Consumers? (WaPo)

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