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8:52 AM EDT on May 13, 2009

    • The Times Wonders If Americans Can Go Car-Free
    • Senate Transpo Chair Martin Dilan Says He'll Block Marc Shaw From MTA Top Job (Post)
    • Collecting New Taxi Surcharge a Logistical Nightmare (NY1)
    • NYCEDC Wants to Encourage Electric Car Adoption (Post)
    • NY Appeals Court Rules That Cops Can't Use GPS to Track Cars Without a Warrant (NYT)
    • Cyclists Bring Case Against NYPD Parade Rules to Court (Post)
    • The Bell Cord Returns to NYC Buses (NYT)
    • New Sidewalk Coming to Barnett Ave in Sunnyside (News)
    • Bike Commuting's Image Problem (M-Bike via
    • Stim Cash for Water Infrastructure Funds Maryland Sprawl (Switchboard)
    • "Safe Streets" Bill Dies in California State Legislature (Streetsblog LA)

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