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8:55 AM EDT on April 17, 2012

    • Transit Ridership Soars, But Maintenance Backlog Plagues Aging Systems (AP)
    • Raquel Nelson's Lawyer Prepares Appeal, Another Family Could Be Charged in Similar Collision (MDJ)
    • Conservative Heritage Foundation Objects to House's Shell Bill (Hill)
    • If We Can't Raise Gas Taxes, What About Tolling the Interstates? (Bellingham Herald)
    • The National Journal Asks Experts About Individual Vehicle Travel Fees
    • National Infrastructure Bank Is Part of One Answer, Not the Answer (Trans. Issues Daily)
    • How Bad Urban Design Makes You Feel Lonely (Atlantic Cities)
    • House Repubs Put Oil Profits Before American Infrastructure Needs (Sierra Club)

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