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9:24 AM EDT on August 30, 2011

    • LaHood Offers Public Thank You to Transportation Workers Across Northeast (Hill)
    • South Carolina Gov., Citing State DOT Debt, Says FEMA Will Cover Most Costs of Irene (WSPA)
    • GOP Now Supports Funding FEMA -- At Expense of Infrastructure (Salon)
    • Extreme Heat Is Enough to Buckle Aging Infrastructure in Houston (ABC)
    • Can Taxing Trucks By the Mile Save Transportation Funding? (Stateline)
    • U.S. DOT Says New Road Signs Can Wait (NYT)
    • Nebraska’s Capital City Considers Privatizing Its Buses (JournalStar)
    • Pennsylvania to Use Traffic Cameras to Improve Safety During Construction (PBGLive)
    • Central Florida Businesses Eagerly Prepare for Sunrail (Progressive Railroading)
    • Streetsblog Founder Gets People Thinking About Better City Transportation (Wired)
    • Transportation Equity Seeking Short Videos of You Saying ‘Yes to Transit’

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