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9:03 AM EDT on September 11, 2008

    • Jonathan Millstein, 50, Killed While Riding His Bike at Brooklyn's 8th Ave (News, Bklyn Eagle)
    • Senate Approves $8B Bailout of Highway Trust Fund (AP)
    • Federal Agency That Collects Royalties From Domestic Drilling Is a Warren of Depravity (Gristmill)
    • Defying OPEC, Saudis Vow to Keep Oil Flowing (NYT)
    • City Launches Blocking-the-Box Crackdown; Pedestrians Cheer, Cabbies Unhappy (NY1, Post)
    • More Changes in Store for WTC Transit Hub? (City Room, NY1)
    • Parking Garage Company Grants Cheaper Rates for Smart Cars (Auto Blog)
    • Winners of 2008 Jane Jacobs Medal Announced (City Room)
    • TLC Official Defends Hybrid Cabs at City Council Hearing (Post)
    • NYT Reporter Asks: Is Double Parking Morally Acceptable (to Other Drivers)?

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