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7:53 AM EDT on March 26, 2010

    • Cleveland City Council passes resolution backing Sen. Brown and Rep. Kucinich in their push for bike-ped lane on the new Innerbelt Bridge (Plain Dealer Blog)
    • New study examines the stress that a future electric-car boom would put on the nation's grid, with surprising results (TreeHugger)
    • Questioning the nation's dwindling investment in its built environment (Grist)
    • Democratic senators from both coasts vow to oppose offshore drilling expansions in the pending climate change bill (The Hill Blog)
    • Democrat vying to replace Rendell as PA governor calls for state transportation spending to double (Inquirer)
    • Missouri state DOT chief Pete Rahn leaves to join engineering firm HNTB (KC Star)
    • New Hampshire follows Wyoming in nixing the notion of new interstate tolls (Observer)
    • Seattle mayor still vowing to build light rail in the face of skeptical financial analysis (P-I Blog)
    • Maryland lawmakers pass ban on hand-held cell phones (WaPo)

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