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7:38 AM EDT on August 3, 2007

    • 2,000+ NY Bridges "Deficient," 9 NYC Spans Lowest Rating (NYT, Sun, News)
    • Current Weight Limits on City Bridges Would Ban Large SUVs (Streetsblog)
    • Heavy Trucks Contribute More to Road and Bridge Wear and Tear (TSTC
    • I-35 Survivor Recounts Terrifying Plunge (NYT)
    • Results Are In: How Many SUVs Are There on Your Block? (Brian Lehrer)
    • 9th St. Bike Lane: Businesses Fuming Over Double-Parking Tix (Bklyn Paper)
    • Spitzer Signs Law to Put Carbon Emissions Labels on 2010 Model Cars (CityRoom)
    • State Allows Community Boards to Compete for Brownfield Study Funds (News)
    • Congress Begins Debate on an Incomplete Energy Bill Today (NYT)
    • To Increase Road Capacity, Seattle Tries Double Decker Buses (Planetizen)
    • IBM Pilots New Real-Time Traffic Prediction Technology in Singapore (CNN)
    • CA Legislator Connects Sprawl and Climate Change (Planetizen)
    • SF Voters to Decide on Transit Funds and a Repeal of Parking Limits (SFGate)
    • Building Starts on S.C. Plant to Convert Nuke Weapons Into Civilian Energy (NYT)

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