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9:13 AM EDT on August 19, 2011

    • Brookings Report: Millions Lack Access to Both Cars and Transit in U.S. Cities (Reuters)
    • Should We Tax, Borrow or Spend to Build Infrastructure? (WaPo)
    • Planet Earth Is Now Home to 1 Billion Cars (TPM)
    • Realtors: More, Different Home Buyers Want Walkable, Transit-Accessible Neighborhoods (GGW)
    • High Speed Rail and California Commuter Rail Could Run On Same Tracks (Mercury)
    • California Moves Closer to Stiffer Fines for Distracted Driving (Landline)
    • 10 Years Later, Seattle to Get 1.7-mile Underground Highway Tunnel (NYT)

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