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8:58 AM EDT on October 16, 2008

    • Obama, McCain Stick to Talking Points on Energy, Climate, and 'Foreign Oil' Dependence (Grist)
    • Pay Increases Snag MTA Talks With TWU (News)
    • Port Authority Unveils Redesign for GW Bridge Bus Depot (Post)
    • Shared Space Streets Arrive in the U.S. (New Urban News via Planetizen)
    • SI Pedestrian Suffers Serious Head Injury in Car Collision (SI Live)
    • Only Half the Cars Parked in Columbus Park Are Registered to Judges (News)
    • In Missouri, Sticking With the Bike Commute After Gas Prices Fall (NPR)
    • From Freeway Wasteland to Greenway and Parkland on the West Side (NYT)
    • New York City Cycle Chic (NYT)
    • Evolution of the NYC Street Sign (Ephemeral NY)

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