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8:34 AM EDT on September 21, 2011

    • Communities Across the Country Hold "Don't X Out Public Transit" Day of Action (PR Newswire, Tribune)
    • Republican Mayors Like Obama's Jobs Plan -- Republican Governors Don't (WaPo)
    • Five Issues That Will Define the Transportation Debate (Politico)
    • The Infrastructure Bank, Explained (WaPo)
    • Virginia May Start Tolling On Its Stretch of I-95, An Exception to the No-New-Tolls Rules (LAT)
    • In a Twist, Coburn Accuses Reid of Holding the FAA Hostage to Transportation Enhancements (The Hill)
    • Happy Birthday, Capital Bike-share! Who Knew You'd Grow Up to Be This Awesome? (Bike League)
    • Californians Demand Higher Gas Tax For Better Roads (SJ Mercury)
    • Is MA Gov. Patrick Walking the Walk? Nah, He'd Rather Drive It (CBS)
    • Decades After Highways Destroyed a Black Portland Neighborhood, a Bikelash (Atlantic Cities)
    • Audi Uses Poor Infrastructure Maintenance to Sell Cars (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • What Is "Shovel Ready"? Infrastructurist Evaluates Ideas For the Next Round of Spending

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