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Streetsblog is running our weekend news wrap-up in two sections this morning. Links to coverage of Saturday's inaugural Summer Streets event will be posted separately.

    • Friedman: How Energy Taxes Helped Denmark Kick Its Oil Habit
    • Contested Streets Now a National Trend (NYT)
    • NYT Assesses Red Hook Ikea
    • Bloomberg Weighs in on Bridge Tolls (News)
    • Gas Prices Dip Below $4/Gallon at Some New York Pumps (News)
    • State Senate Approves Gansevoort Waste Transfer Station (News)
    • NYT Reviews Tom Vanderbilt's 'Traffic'
    • NYC Joins 20 Other Cities in Measuring Carbon Footprints (Post)
    • Yglesias: No One Is Arguing That the U.S. Should Be Car-Free; Driving Should Just Be Rarer

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