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9:08 AM EDT on August 6, 2012

    • Derrick Jackson: Boston Needs to Muster the Will to Adopt Congestion Pricing (Globe)
    • U.S. Auto Industry Predicts Return to Pre-Crash Size By 2016 (NYT Mag)
    • After T-SPLOST Defeat, Georgia Gov Focuses on Interchange Project, Rules Out New Rail Funding (AJC)
    • This Fall, Houstonians Can Vote to Actually Spend All Transit Tax Dollars on Transit (Texas Watchdog)
    • When Transit Taxes Don't Buy Everything That Was Promised -- Lessons From Miami (TransportPolitic)
    • There's a Growing Number of Young Couples in Search of Walkability in the Twin Cities (Star Trib)
    • With Drivers Feeling More Pain at Pump, GOP Revives Fantasy That Obama Controls Gas Prices (Hill)
    • Central Ohio Finds Money to Expand Transit Service Now That New Casinos Are Opening (AP)

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