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9:07 AM EDT on July 29, 2008

    • Gas Taxes Down, Bush Admin Wants to Borrow From Transit to Pay for Highways (NYT)
    • 2008 Will Likely be the First Annual Reduction in VMT Since 1980 (Bloomberg)
    • Riders Flock to Boston's T in Record Numbers (Globe)
    • Cyclist-Tackling Cop Stripped of His Gun and Badge... For Now (News, Post, NYT)
    • San Francisco City Hall Puts Forward Plan to Make Market Street Car-Free (Chron)
    • Phillies Shortstop Jimmie Rollins Stuck in Traffic, Shows Up Late for Game at Shea
    • Bloomberg and Paterson Warn of Massive Budget Deficits, "Pension Bomb" (NYT)
    • ... And Don't Forget About That $490B Federal Deficit (News)
    • On Summer Vacation, Density Opponents Go to Dense, Walkable Beach Communities (Next City)

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