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8:46 AM EDT on March 18, 2011

    • Oil Prices Rise on News of UN Plan to Strike Libya (IBT)
    • Can Houston's Sprawling Suburbs Be Fixed? (Transpo Nation)
    • Senators Scrutinize Bus Safety Following Deadly Crash (The Hill)
    • More Than a Fifth of American Urbanites Weigh in as Obese (Gallup)
    • Pothole Season: A Bane to Motorists and Cyclists Alike (NYT)
    • Falling Light Fixture Latest Problem for Big Dig (Boston Globe)
    • Florida Gov. Rebuffs Rail, Embraces Port Dredging (Transpo Nation)
    • "Drill" Baby Drill -- in Downtown Detroit (NRDC)
    • Why Conservatives Are Wrong to Oppose Rail (The Transport Politic)
    • Talented Workers and Sprawling Cities: Like Oil and Water? (Grist)

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