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8:56 AM EDT on November 1, 2011

    • Senate to Vote on Infrastructure Bank Proposal This Week (Hill)
    • National Infrastructure Bank Would Tap Private Sector, Protect Taxpayers (SacBee)
    • Major Transportation Groups Unite for First Time in Support of Gas Tax (Politico)
    • With Eyes on Election, GOP Supports Paying for Roads With Drilling (National Journal)
    • Nearly 60% of Amtrak Riders Now Have Wi-Fi Access on the Train (WaPo)
    • Michigan Governor: Rail Service Is Vital, Should be Seamless With Canada (DFP, Detroit News)
    • Bus Rapid Transit Could Increase Ridership 30% in Twin Cities (MinnPost)
    • Georgia DOT to Kick-Start Plan to Build New, Multi-Modal Hub in Atlanta (AJC)
    • Chicago Transit Using Social Media to Update Users, Boost PR (Chicago Tribune)
    • Maryland Tolls Increase Statewide Today (WaPo)
    • Advances for Pittsburgh Cyclists But Dangers Still Keeps People From Riding (Transportation Nation)

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