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    • U.S. Automakers Shutting Down Remaining S.U.V. Plants (NYT)
    • While States Halt Road Projects and Hope for Stimulus Money (NYT, Vegas Now)
    • Convert That Automaking Capacity to Wind and Transit (Huff Post, Seattle PI)
    • Or a Full-on National Make-Over, Argues Thomas Friedman (NYT)
    • Cargo Trikes Edging Out Delivery Trucks in Cambridge, MA (CSM)
    • City Breaks Ground on a New Courthouse and 60% of This Story is About Parking
    • Dellaverson Oversees $500M Loss in MTA Pension Fund (News)
    • A Rare Snow Day Allows Seattlites to Discover the Joys of Street Life (Stranger)
    • Yassky's Had Enough of the Vendors on Court Street (News)
    • "The Last Traffic Jam" 1972-Style (Atlantic via Kottke)
    • What Would Jane Jacobs Do With Dubai? (Metropolis via Planetizen)
    • Even Click and Clack are Pushing a Gas Tax (Hub & Spokes via Sblog.Net)

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