President Obama visits a Chrysler plant in Toledo today to talk about the industry's recovery. (Detroit Free Press)
Laura D'Andrea Tyson writes in the New York Times "the eroding quality of infrastructure is making the United States a less attractive place to do business."
Huntington Beach has become the first city in California to offer traffic school for bicyclists who break the law. (Los Angeles Times)
Ocean City, Maryland, is trying to lure tourists with the promise of free gas. (WAMU)
Some Chevy Volt dealers are taking the $7,500 tax rebate for themselves, then selling the cars "used." (The Takeaway)
The DOT fined Continental Airlines and US Airways for violating price advertising rules. (Los Angeles Times)
Long Island City (Queens) will get bike lanes this summer. (New York Daily News)
NYC DOT head Janette Sadik-Khan talked about pothole repair before the City Council. (New York Daily News)