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    • Biden's Infrastructure Speech Highlights the Administration's Disappointing Record (CFRAP)
    • "Possible" Presidential Candidates Still Trading Barbs About the Auto Bailout (WaPo)
    • Sen. Susan Collins Pushes to Raise Trucker Limit From 70 to 82 Hours a Week (The Hill)
    • Let's All Calm the Heck Down About Ebola on Public Transportation (Yahoo News)
    • When Oil Prices Rise, Pols Call for Gas Tax Holiday. Oil Prices Are Low Now. (Bloomberg)
    • Chicago Gets Major Upgrade in Farecard Technology, Consolidation (GovTechBizJournal)
    • DC's 11th Street Park Will Literally Bridge Two Very Different Neighborhoods (CityLab)
    • Miamians Spend Bigger Share of Their Income on Housing + Transpo Than New Yorkers (New Times)
    • Toronto Needs More Transit But Isn't Willing to Pay For It (Global News)
    • Strong Towns' Chuck Marohn Lays Out the Conservative Case Against the Suburbs
    • Amtrak CEO Joseph Boardman Talks to CityLab About the New Rail Bill

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