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8:42 AM EDT on September 24, 2007

    • More Park(ing) Day Coverage (NYT, WSJ, City Room, BikeBlog, Sus. Flatbush)
    • NYT Likes the Idea of Cars 'Protecting' Cyclists From Cars (NYT)
    • Park Ave Ped Signals Could Come Next Year (NYT)
    • Cobble Hill Motorists Want Those Five Spaces (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Existing Concrete Yards Exempted From Proposed Regs (NYT)
    • Verrazano Congestion Backs Into Neighborhoods, Blocks Driveways (NYT)
    • Drivers Ignore Stop Sign at BQE Entrance (Gowanus Lounge)
    • East River Development Would Replace Street Segments (NYT)
    • Residents Want Downtown Street Opened to Cars (NYT)
    • Gale Brewer Backs Bus Cameras (AMNY)

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