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9:18 AM EDT on August 26, 2011

    • Sen. Harkin Says Fixing Infrastructure More Important Than Reducing Deficit (Des Moines Register)
    • China to Invest $199 Billion in Rail, Subways Over Five Years (Chicago Tribune)
    • Sold Out Bullet Trains Show China’s Riders Unfazed by Recent Crash (Bloomberg)
    • Amtrak Cancels Trains in Preparation for Hurricane (The Hill)
    • Which is Greener: Raising Gas Tax or Increasing Fuel Efficiency Standards? (Infrastructurist)
    • MD Governor Announces Extended Public Review of Statewide Anti-Sprawl Plan (WaPo)
    • Residents of English Town Make the Most of Crosswalk Button (TreeHugger)
    • How Minneapolis Has Become a Bike-opolis (Grist)

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