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8:50 AM EDT on August 18, 2011

    • Tea Party Pied Piper Grover Norquist Won't Lead House GOP to Oppose Gas Tax Renewal (Bloomberg)
    • NY Governor Signs Complete Streets Bill, Support Still (Slowly) Growing for National Policy (T4America)
    • Shocking But True! Fuel Economy Standards Do Not Kill 2,000 People a Year (Grist)
    • LaHood Announces $417.3 Million for State Road Projects (FHWA); See What Your State Will Fund Here
    • Portland Sees Federal Grant Money, Raises It to $7.7M for Bicycle Infrastructure (BikePortland)
    • Ezra Klein Ponders If California Rail Really Is a Boondoggle
    • Georgia Chamber of Commerce Hires Team to Gain Voter Support for Transportation Tax (OnlineAthens)
    • WA County Council Approves Emergency Congestion Reduction Charge to Fund Transit (PNWLocal)
    • Good Urban Design Works: the Smart Growth Success Story of Arlington, Virginia (Atlantic)
    • Crumbling Infrastructure Is Canary in Coal Mine for Future of US Economy (The Street)

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