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8:38 AM EDT on September 6, 2011

    • Obama Calls on Congress to Pass Transportation Bill (NY Daily News, YouTube)
    • Democrats Are Getting Ready to Fight Over Highway Funding (WaPo)
    • Roadblocks the Transportation Extension Could Run Into (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Big Business and Big Labor Agree: US Needs Infrastructure Spending (Barron's)
    • Cantor's "Compromise" on Infrastructure Funding? Eliminate Bike/Ped. (The HillNewsMax)
    • Former NJ DOT Commissioner: "Let's Show Our Exceptionalism, Not Just Talk About It" (Star Ledger)
    • Judge Rules Arizona's Transit Funding Cuts Would Violate Federal Law (Chron)
    • Why Towns With Good Transit Options Are Recovering Faster From the Recession (TreeHugger)
    • Bike Share Booming in Boston After Only One Month (Boston Globe)
    • Report: Rural Roads Are the Most Dangerous, Rumble Strips Would Help (Seattle Today)
    • Build It and They Will Drive: One Professor's Research in a Video (Infrastructurist)
    • Kaid Benfield Shares a Fun Video on Driving While Texting (NRDCZoomsafer)

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