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9:00 AM EDT on April 13, 2009

    • Republicans Won't Back MTA Rescue Without Road and Bridge Funding (NYT, Newsday)
    • Study: Particulate Pollution Shortens Life in Urban Areas (BBC)
    • Most Straphangers in Ruben Diaz, Sr.'s District Are Just Fine With Bridge Tolls (WNYC)
    • How Transit Doomsday Brinkmanship Played Out in Chicago (Politicker)
    • Price of Oil Is on the Rise, and the Feds Still Aren't Funding Transit Service (Yglesias)
    • High Anxiety at the New York Auto Show (NYT)
    • City to Monitor Congestion in Lower Manhattan With High-Tech Network (NY1)
    • Bus Line on the Chopping Block Gets Two New Shelters (NYT)
    • Merchants Gripe About Construction of Bleecker St. Subway Connection (News)
    • Architect Proposes Wrapping BQE in Solar Panels at Brooklyn Bridge Park (Bklyn Paper)
    • St. Louis Streets Way Too Wide to Walk Across (STL Urban Workshop via

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