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8:29 AM EST on January 18, 2008

    • City Will Appeal Pedicab Ruling (City Room)
    • Quinn Briefly Encounters Protesters (Villager
    • Pier 40 Plan Opposed by West Village Residents (TRE, Villager)
    • Assemblyman: Checking Traffic Data While Driving Is Unsafe (Post)
    • Unused Verrazano Toll Booths to Be Removed in 2014 (Bklyn Paper)
    • Valet Bike Parking Could Have Fringe Benefits (Bike Snob)
    • Bike Sharing Considered for Philadelphia (Inquirer)
    • British Columbia Unveils $14 Billion Transit Plan (Globe-Mail
    • China Getting Dangerous for Pedestrians and Cyclists (TSC via Planetizen
    • Where Do Presidential Candidates Stand on Transportation? (MTR
    • Bush, US Bow to 'Petro-Islam' (Newsweek

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