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    • Study Feeds Safety Fears of Small Cars (WSJ)
    • Ex-Rep Fossella Gets 5 Days for Drunk Driving (NYT, Bklyn Paper)
    • NY Mag Diagrams Assorted MTA Funding Scenarios
    • Readers Respond to Chelsea Now Hit Job on 8th Ave Bike Lane
    • What Makes People Afraid of Urbanism? (TOW via
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