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8:35 AM EDT on September 8, 2011

    • House Appropriators Prepare to Vote on Smaller Transpo Allocation Than Obama Wanted (The Hill)
    • Back-to-Congress Primer on the Transportation Bill Debate (Reuters)
    • To Lower the Deficit, Cantor Targets Bike-Share But Should Raise the Gas Tax (GGW)
    • How An Infrastructure Bank Could Help Create Jobs (CNNMoney)
    • 9/11 Changed Transportation Forever (And Made It More Expensive) (Baltimore Sun)
    • The Genius Behind Michele Bachmann's Promise of $2 Gas (Atlantic)
    • Pay-As-You-Drive Car Insurance Debuts in California (Stateline)
    • Support Grows in Maryland for a Higher Gas Tax -- Spend It On MARC Service Improvements (GGW)
    • Houston-Dallas, Minneapolis-Duluth HSR Comes Into Focus (Cmty Impact, Northlands News)
    • University of Tennessee Pioneers E-Bike Share (Local 8 News)
    • Why Don't We Cheer Taxis As Much As Car-Sharing? (Yglesias)
    • A Conservative Argument For Smart Growth Legislation (Public CEO)
    • Fuel Efficient Cars Won't Help If Sprawl and Urbanization Trends Continue (Yale Daily News)

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