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9:03 AM EDT on May 15, 2008

    • Paterson, Bloomberg Split Over Who Should Build Moynihan Station (Post, NY1)
    • Bush Admin: Threat to Polar Bear No Reason to Curb Emissions (Dot Earth)
    • EPA Wants to Know What Makes You Bike to Work -- Or Not (Greenversations)
    • Expensive Gas Leads High School Seniors to Bike to Class (Journal News)
    • DOT Bike Honcho Josh Benson Answers NYT Reader Questions 
    • Alternate-Side Parking Suspended 'Indefinitely' in Park Slope (NYT)
    • City Room Explains Select Bus Service, Dissects Its Aesthetics
    • What It Will Take to Plug the MTA Budget Hole (Gotham Gazette)
    • Bx Developer Wants to Add Parking to Make Project Profitable (R'dale Press)
    • Plans to Widen NJ Turnpike Advance as Traffic Declines (MTR)

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