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9:03 AM EDT on August 6, 2008

    • McCain and Obama Intensify Debate Over Gas Prices, Energy (Politico)
    • News: Seatless Subways Are a Sign of Things to Come, Unless the State Funds MTA
    • Paterson: Congestion Pricing Revival Would Be Welcome (News)
    • Re-Designed Port Authority Bus Terminal Could Handle 18% More Buses (MTR)
    • Countdown Walk Signals Still in Test Phase (AMNY)
    • NYCT Rolls Out Variable-Speed Escalators at Four Stations (City Room)
    • Two Die in Queens Car Crash (Post)
    • Sun Reviews Tom Vanderbilt's 'Traffic'
    • In Beijing, U.S. Olympic Cyclists Wear Masks to Protect Against Pollution (NYT)
    • NextBus: Real Time Bus Info Via Web, Phone, or Txt Msg (TreeHugger)

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