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9:04 AM EST on December 15, 2008

    • States Want to Spend Infrastructure Stimulus Mostly on Road Projects (WaPo)
    • During Economic Boom, NYC Transit Ridership Grew While Driving Stayed Flat (NYT)
    • Obama Taps Bronx Beep Adolfo Carrion, Not Bruce Katz, to Head Office of Urban Policy (Post)
    • Timing Is Great to Raise the Gas Tax and Cut Payroll Tax (Time)
    • Without Funding Fix, MTA Will Cut Staff at 150 Subway Stations (News)
    • Kheel Plan 2 Elicits Interest and Skepticism (Downtown Express)
    • Long Island Communities Getting Over Aversion to Smart Growth (NYT)
    • City Council to Pass Bill Suspending Alternate-Side Parking Rules When It Snows (News, Metro)
    • Cap'n Transit Maps City Council Districts According to Car Ownership Rates
    • NYC's New Bike Racks Get Design Kudos From NY Mag
    • Beijing Metro Expanding at Breakneck Pace (James Fallows)

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