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9:11 AM EDT on September 23, 2011

    • Mayors to Washington: Infrastructure Spending Might Help Consumer Confidence (NPR)
    • Bicycling Advocates Respond to Congressional Threats to Transportation Enhancements (NPR)
    • Rand Paul: Bike Paths = Squirrel Sanctuaries = Craziness (ThinkProgress)
    • More on Obama's Speech on Jobs, Infrastructure (Transportation Nation)
    • Google Transit Credited with 20% Increase in Bus Ridership in Clemson, SC (Post-Courier)
    • 10 Ways Colleges Are Getting Students to Ditch Their Cars (WaPo)
    • Private Sector Drives Growth of Bicycle-Oriented Development in Portland (NYT)
    • How Cities Can Boost Ridesharing (Shareable)
    • Celebrating Success of Capital Bike-Share and Taking Lessons from Its Failed Predecessor (TBD)
    • South FL Bus Use Surges Between Sprawled Counties Where Rail Doesn't Exist (Miami Herald)
    • Elizabeth Warren Quote About "Job Creators" Paying Their Share For Infra Goes Viral (HuffPo, Google)
    • Greek Transit Workers Strike, Athens Nearly Shut Down by Traffic (WSJ)

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