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9:06 AM EDT on July 31, 2013

    • What Obama Said About Transportation in Yesterday's Speech (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Reid Sets Thursday Deadline for Senate Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Stanley Kurtz at the National Review Spouts Paranoia About Obama's "Anti-Suburban Revolution"
    • FTA's Peter Rogoff Talks About His New Boss with Charlotte Biz Journal
    • Bill Shuster on Obama's Speech: "Continuously Recycling Old Ideas Offers Little Substance"
    • Some Want to See Shuster Get More Active on Infrastructure (E&E Daily)
    • How "Design-Build" Can Save Time and Money on Projects (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • GGW Praises Metro's New Union Contract
    • Big Day for San Antonio With Streetcar, Rail (My SA)
    • Boston's T May Open for Night-Owl Service (Next City)
    • Low-Car Households Have Helped Fuel Portland's Growth (Bike Portland)

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