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    • As tempers mount over BP's massive Gulf oil spill, the case for giving ground on offshore drilling to secure passage of the Senate climate bill (TNR's The Avenue)
    • Philly area transit authority, a shareholder of BP, sues over its role in the spill (Bloomberg)
    • Shortage of durable road paint could curtail the spring-summer repair season (NYT)
    • Pennsylvania's roads and transit both get a D from the American Society of Civil Engineers (Pitt. Biz Times)
    • N.C. governor, mayors lobbying for new dedicated state transportation fund (AP)
    • Proposed rail expansion sparks livability, NIMBY debates in Madison, Wisconsin (WI St. Jrnl)
    • About 45 millions don't use their seat belts, says the U.S. DOT, with Wyoming faring worst on rates of regular use (AP)
    • Ohio cyclists lament plans for statewide roadway rumble strips (Plain Dealer)

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