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9:11 AM EST on January 23, 2008

    • More Details and Map of DOT's New 'Safe Routes for Seniors' Plan (News)
    • Gov's Budget Proposes Higher Fees for Car Insurance; Brodsky Outraged (Post)
    • Jeers for Marty "Parkowitz" (News)
    • Cheers for Spitzer's Transit Lock Box (City Room)
    • ESTA: Fund the MTA and Build "The System We All Want" (News)
    • New PATH Trains to Feature High-Tech Gadgetry, More Doors (AM)
    • Medical Examiner's Van Crashes on Ft. Hamilton Parkway, Killing 2 (Gothamist)
    • Construction on Red Hook's Columbia Street Still Not Finished (Gowanus Lounge)
    • Mexico City Launches Women-Only Bus Service (Reuters)
    • Japan Unveils Nationwide Plan for Bike Lanes (Mainichi Daily News)
    • Israel to Build Network of Charging Stations for Electric Cars (NYT via Gristmill)

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