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    • Solyndra Failure Fueling Opposition to National Infrastructure Bank (Hill)
    • Top Ten US Cities Where People Commute by Public Transit (HuffPo)
    • League of American Bicyclists Releases Analysis on US Commuting Data (BikeLeague)
    • Kentucky-Indiana Bridge Remains Closed Indefinitely; LaHood: “This Bridge Is Not Safe.” (WDRB)
    • Traffic Concerns Fuel Support for Metro-Atlanta Transit Tax  (AJC)
    • Maine Joins 33 Other States with Texting-While-Driving Ban (BangorDaily)
    • Philadelphia Union on Transit Cuts: “This Is a War.” (PittsburghLive)
    • NCDOT to Build Fewer Roadways with Center Turn Lanes, a.k.a. Suicide Lanes (StarNews)
    • NY Deteriorating Roads and Bridges Need Costly Repairs, Lack Funding (Democrat and Chronicle)
    • Virginia Repairs Bridges with Short Term Funding (WaPo)

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