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Today’s Headlines

8:33 AM EDT on September 2, 2011

    • Obama May Include Infrastructure Bank in Jobs Plan (AP)
    • AP: Political Games Really Could Shut Down the Transportation Program
    • GOP Leaders Take Jabs At Obama Even When They Agree With Him on Transpo Extension (JOC)
    • Why Congress Must Pass a Clean Extension of the Transportation Bill (TNR)
    • Sam Schwartz: Renewing the Federal Gas Tax Is Essential (NYDN)
    • Sprawl and Painfully Bad Infrastructure Made This Natural Disaster a Disaster (WNYC, PRI)
    • Crenshaw/LAX Line Gets Green Light From Feds (HuffPo)
    • Survey: Young People Aren't Driving As Much (Sightline)
    • With 30 MPH Roads Designed Like Highways, How Should Drivers Know to Slow Down? (Strong Towns)
    • Placemakers, Meet the Strip Mall (GGW)
    • Want to Earn Thousands For Charity, Just By Biking to Work? Work For Google.
    • Germany Switching Rail System to 100% Renewable Energy (AHN)

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