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8:54 AM EST on February 15, 2008

    • In Historic Shift, U.S. Rail Network Is Expanding (WSJ via Planetizen)
    • Gerritsen Beach Greenstreet DOA (Gowanus Lounge)
    • West Side Heliport May Move From Park to River (NYT)
    • LMDC to MTA: Build Fulton Transit Center As Promised (AMNY)
    • MTA Could Get Windfall From Sale of GM Building (News)
    • 'Intelligent' Surveillance Software for Subways Doesn't Work (NY1, Metro)
    • Quinn Gets Tips on Ferry Plan From Waterfront Alliance (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Wisconsin College Gives Bikes to Students Who Don't Have Cars (Grist)
    • Lance Armstrong Opens Shop, Wants to Promote Bike Commuting (Austin 360)

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