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10:33 AM EDT on July 21, 2008

    • Gas Tax Holiday Goes Nowhere in Congress (AP)
    • Transit Ridership Up in 75 Percent of U.S. Cities (Climate Atlas)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Leaves Brooklyn Girl in Coma, Curses at Her Before Speeding Away (News)
    • Street Racing Driver Kills 11-Year-Old Brooklyn Boy (News)
    • Polish City Condones, Organizes Drag Racing Events (NYT)
    • News: MTA Bigs Must Press Albany for Funds to Avoid Fare Hike
    • Paterson Pleased With Sander's Performance as MTA Chief (News)
    • Are Albany Incumbents in Deep Trouble This Election? (Times Union)
    • More Cops Walking Their Beats to Save Gas (NYT)
    • Forbes Traveler Rates 'North America's Most Bike-Friendly Cities'

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