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Today’s Headlines

7:55 AM EDT on May 6, 2010

    • Gulf oil spill seen in Washington as possibly fatal to the prospects for a climate deal ... (Grist)
    • ... but that's not stopping Sen. Kerry (D-MA) from touting his bill's oil industry endorsements (E&E News)
    • Lawmakers begin admitting that the next long-term federal transport bill will wait ... and wait, and wait (JOC)
    • U.S. DOT responds to transit equity group that criticized its $775m grant program for local bus upgrades (Infrastructurist)
    • IBM to demonstrate new intelligent transport technology in Texas, with feds' blessing (CNET)
    • Supporters of new light rail in D.C. suburbs worry about motivations behind car-free streets trial run on University of MD campus (WashPost)
    • Expectations for high-speed rail coming down to earth: The Texas version (Star-Telegram)
    • A defection for Gov. Christie (R-NJ)? GOP state lawmaker says gas tax hike will be needed to close New Jersey's transport budget gap (APP.com)

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