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8:59 AM EDT on October 11, 2011

    • Schumer's Bite-Sized Jobs Bill Includes Infrastructure Bank (Politico)
    • Transpo Leaders Will Have a Chance to Talk Through the Gridlock Friday (The Hill)
    • How Can Cities Keep Stadiums Vibrant During the Off Season? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Why High Oil Prices and Recessions Don't Go Hand-in-Hand (Grist)
    • Is Congressional Dysfunction Worse Than Ever? (TPMDC)
    • Ohio Infrastructure Bank Could Be a Sign of Things to Come (Middletown Journal)
    • Streetcars Are Hot But Are Cities Building Them Right? (The Transport Politic)
    • Students Want Rail Link Between Tucson and Phoenix (Daily Wildcat)
    • With Gabe Klein in Charge, Cycling Rolls Forward in Chicago (HuffPo)
    • Meanwhile, CTA Lays Off 200 Transit Workers (NBC)

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