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Today’s Headlines

8:42 AM EDT on October 21, 2011

    • Three (All Right, Two and a Half) Infrastructure Solutions That Already Have Bipartisan Support (WaPo)
    • Will Romney Pay at Election Time For Wanting to "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt"? (The Hill)
    • Is Walmart Part of Rockville Pike's Urban Revitalization Plan? (GGW)
    • Free Parking Addicts, Meet Your Methadone (Atlantic Cities)
    • Haunted Houses Are No Scarier Than These Real-Life Transpo Terrors (Infrastructurist)
    • The Real Costs of Our Transportation Infrastructure (Smart Planet)
    • Stadium Location in the Heart of the Gritty City Brought Detroit Lions' Victory (Yahoo! Sports, Model D)
    • Private Financing For California HSR Might Be Harder to Come By Than Expected (Transport Politic)
    • Maryland Officials Support Gas Tax Hike to Address Infra Backlog and Create Jobs (CityBizList)

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