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7:56 AM EDT on May 24, 2010

    • Oberstar presses for use of a natural, Minnesota-made peat-based substance in oil spill cleanup (Star Trib Blogs)
    • Next stop on LaHood's transportation listening tour: Bismarck, North Dakota ... (GF Herald)
    • ... while Jesse Jackson takes his campaign for more urban transit aid to Cleveland (Plain Dealer)
    • Northeastern states call for in-depth federal study of rail improvements in their region (AP)
    • AASHTO president coins a new word to describe the value of infrastructure: "transeconomy" (N. Democrat)
    • Auto dealers working to keep their carve-out from consumer rules alive in the final version of the financial reform bill (Globe)
    • Dallas mulls an expansion of its local bike plan to encourage more cycling (Morn News)
    • New data shows Olympics gave a lasting boost to Vancouver's transit system (Province)

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