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8:54 AM EDT on April 9, 2015

    • Deferred Infrastructure Maintenance a Top Concern for Municipal Bond Analysts (Government Executive)
    • Brookings Explains How States Have Been Filling Transportation Funding Gaps Despite Federal Inaction
    • One of the Biggest Obstacles to Americans' Retirement Is Spending Too Much on Cars (Globe and Mail)
    • TRB Report: Land Use Impacts of Transit 4 Times More Important for Climate Than Actual Transit Trips
    • NYT Room for Debate Looks at the Pros and Cons of P3 Infrastructure Projects
    • Bypass of a Town of 20,000 Is Ohio DOT's Most Expensive Project Ever (
    • Vox: U.S. Subway Systems Need Open Gangways

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