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    • David Leonhardt: Obama Infrastructure Stimulus Lacks Reformist Spirit (NYT)
    • Oberstar and Summers Had Shouting Match Over Transit Funding (The Takeaway)
    • American Society of Civil Engineers Gives National Infrastructure a "D"
    • Readers Respond with Ideas on How to Spend Measure R (Daily News)
    • DOT Boss Robinson Asks for Cooperation at Neighborhood Council Meeting (CityWatch)
    • Metro Testing Gold Line Eastside Extension (LAist)
    • Construction Glitch Sets Back South Ferry Station Opening a Few Weeks (News)
    • Arizona Sheriff Wants to Turn Light Rail Line Into Prison Transport (ABC Phoenix)
    • California Laws Not Strong Enough to Deter Traffic Violence (Streetsblog SF)
    • Jimmy Carter, 84, Loves to Ride His Bike (Reno Rambler via Streetsblog.net)

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