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9:17 AM EDT on August 24, 2011

    • States Fear Effects of a Congressional Stalemate on Transportation Funding (WaPo)
    • ‘Calling It a Third World Transportation System Is Unfair to the Third World’ (Bloomberg)
    • Gov. Scott Wants to Sell Florida Regional Transit, or Take It Over Completely (Palm Beach Post)
    • Editorial: Funding Transportation Infrastructure With Driver’s Test Fee Makes Sense (PennLive)
    • Dallas Begrudgingly Finds It Can’t Sell Naming Rights to Transit Stations (Dallas Observer)
    • Transit Riders Fight Back Against Proposed 16.4 Percent Fare Increase in Connecticut (Courant)
    • Downtown Is Alive! Study Shows Surge in People Living, Taking Transit in LA (Curbed)
    • Editorial: Smart Growth Mandates Anger Local Politicians (Baltimore Sun)
    • Politifact New Jersery Confirms Transit Fares Have Increased as Much as 47 Percent

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