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    • Car Makers, UAW to Plead With Pelosi for More Government Assistance (NYT)
    • Obama Team Considers 'National Listening Tour' on Energy and the Environment (Grist)
    • More Dispatches From Tuesday's Obama Revelry in NYC Streets (City Room, Bklyn Paper)
    • Hoping for a New Era of Transit Investment (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Jeff Klein Backs Malcolm Smith to Lead State Senate, While GOP Tries to Keep Control (Post)
    • Intrepid Investigators at CW11 Go After Parking Agents
    • National Trend: Bike Racks as Public Art (USA Today Via Planetizen)
    • NYT Makes Walkability a Selling Point in Real Estate Profile of NJ Town
    • NJ Turnpike Widening Comes Under Fire from Transportation Planners (MTR)

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