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8:59 AM EDT on September 2, 2008

    • Post Looks at Transit-Accessible School Parking
    • Drivers Complain About Broadway Boulevard (Post)
    • Rethinking Grand Army Plaza (City Room, NYT
    • Neal Peirce: More Cities See Benefits of Car-Free Spaces
    • Business Is Up for City Bike Couriers (NYT)
    • A Beginner's Guide to Bike Commuting, From Grist
    • Ikea Responds to Bus Idling Problem (Bklyn Paper)
    • No Charges in Queens Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Fatality (NY1, WABC)
    • 'Spooked' Carriage Horses Careen Down Brooklyn's 12th Ave (News)  
    • Brooklyn Serial Meter Thief at Large (News)

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