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8:33 AM EST on February 26, 2009

    • Opening on Broadway This Spring: 7 Blocks of Pedestrian Paradise (NYT, News, Post)
    • Silver Proposes Scaled-Down East and Harlem River Bridge Tolls (NYT, News, Post)
    • State Senate Dems Throw Fit About Bridge Tolls (News)
    • News Tells NYC Reps to Get Their Priorities Straight and Fund Transit
    • GM Nosedive Continues Unabated (NYT)
    • Comptroller Audit Finds DOT Behind Schedule on Sidewalk Repairs (News)
    • Third Ave Whole Foods and All Its Parking Take Step Closer to Construction (Bklyn Paper)
    • Port Authority Director Chris Ward Fields Questions From City Room Readers
    • Who's Competing for High-Speed Rail Grants? (Transport Politic via
    • Infrastructurist Interviews Julia Christensen, Artist and National Expert on Big Box Reuse

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