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9:09 AM EDT on September 28, 2011

    • Road Builders Ratchet Up Pressure on Congress (Politico)
    • EPA Punts on Release of New Auto Emission Standards (The Hill)
    • Air Pollution Kills Millions of People Each Year (USA Today)
    • Brace Yourself: More Pain on the Horizon for Cities (NYT)
    • Utah Mulls Transit-Oriented Growth (Salt Lake Tribune)
    • Meanwhile, New Jersey Has Second Thoughts About Smart Growth (NJ Spotlight)
    • Lessons Learned: Assessing a Year of Bike Commuting (The Atlantic)
    • Gas Tax Stuck in Neutral Leaves Infrastructure in Limbo (HuffPo)
    • Ouch. Not a Single American Company Can Produce Light Rail Tracks (Transpo Nation)
    • Can Sterile, Car-Centic Tysons Corner Become a Vibrant City Center? (Infrastructurist)

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