Transportation Stimulus Gives Short Shrift to Cities

From the NY Times Transportation Stimulus Gives Short Shrift to Cities. Analysis of distribution of stimulus funds. The problem is "shovel ready" projects tends not to be in complex urban areas, where nothing can be done quickly, but in rural areas where resurfacing is easy.

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