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9:08 AM EDT on August 23, 2011

    • As Construction Costs Rise, Bicycling Infrastructure Becomes Even More Cost Effective (LAB)
    • DOT Marks $745 Million for Northeast Rail Corridor Targeted by GOP (TheHill)
    • Red Light Cameras in NYC Receive Support From City Council and Mayor Bloomberg (TranspoNation)
    • When Conservatives Fight the Free Market: Congestion Pricing, the Swedish Example (ThinkProgress)
    • Rhode Island Pushes to Convert Interstate 95 to Toll Road (WTNH)
    • Trains Are Nicer Than Buses and Other Reasons Amtrak Isn't Cheaper in the Northeast (GGW)
    • Understanding Rick Perry’s Urban Policy Through His Legacy of Big Texas Cities (Forbes)
    • Simple Urban Design: Make Cities So Kids Can Safely Buy Popsicles (NRDC)
    • The Future of the World’s Cities With Two Billion Cars (WaPo)

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