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8:54 AM EDT on September 16, 2013

    • Obama: "A Robot Can't Build a Road" (Business Insider)
    • Sen. Bob Casey Introduces Bill to Fund the Bridges MAP-21 Ignored (Sun Gazette, Pgh Biz Times)
    • Long-Awaited Action on WRRDA Bill Could Finally Free Up T&I for Other Items (Wisconsin Ag)
    • Congress Always Averts a Shutdown at the Last Minute, But Maybe Not This Time (WaPo)
    • Paris in 2016: Regional Governance and Metro Expansion (Salon)
    • Is Suburban Sprawl Undead? (NYT)
    • "Let’s Stop Wanting Gasoline" and Other Priceless Sustainability Quotes (Urban Times)
    • Want to Be More Satisfied With Life? Move Closer to Transit. Clinically Proven! (Atlantic Cities)
    • Can We Stop Acting Like VMT Counters Would Violate Some Sacred Right to Privacy (Salon)
    • The First Feature Film Ever Made in Saudi Arabia Is About a Girl Who Wants a Bike (Slate)
    • DC Planners Stand By Height Restrictions (NextCity, WaPo); Lifting Them Would Look Like This (WaPo)

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