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8:39 AM EDT on October 7, 2011

    • Procedural Wrestling Match Robs Sen. McConnell of His Plan to Foil Obama Jobs Bill (TPM)
    • Obama, Again, Confuses "Functionally Obsolete" and "Structurally Deficient" (The Hill)
    • LA Embraces Urban Street Design As Anti-Obesity Tactic (Atlantic Cities)
    • New Jersey Town Becomes a Transit Village, Whether It Wants To Or Not (NYT)
    • Chicago Struggles to Bring Transit to State of Good Repair (NYT)
    • Suburbanist Joel Kotkin Tells Nashville to Give Up on the Dream of Light Rail (Tennessean)
    • Five Cities Where Transit Riders Are Richer Than Drivers (Atlantic Cities)
    • Peak Oil = When the Cheap Stuff Is Gone And We End Up Drilling in the Arctic (WaPo)
    • Affordable Housing Advocates Fight to Keep Parking Minimums They Can Then Waive (CP&DR)
    • Paris Leads the Way Toward the Future of Car-Sharing: The One Way Rental (Transport Politic)
    • Texas Teens Get Drivers License Without Taking Driver Safety Class (BusinessWire)

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