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Today’s Headlines

8:01 AM EDT on May 15, 2009

    • Cycling Up 143 Percent in New York City Since 2000 (Post)
    • Chrysler, GM to Close Thousands of Dealerships (NYT)
    • Brian Lehrer Interviews Outgoing MTA Chief Lee Sander (WNYC)
    • Long Fight Over MTA Funding Left NYC Transit With a Bus Driver Shortage (AMNY)
    • Burning Over MTA Payroll Tax, State Sen. Andrew Lanza Wants SI to Secede from NYC (SI Live)
    • More LaHood: ARC Tunnel Will Get Big Funding Commitment From Feds (Observer)
    • DOT Has a Small Pot of Money to Study Brooklyn Streetcar Network (Transport Politic)
    • Parking Requirements Discourage Density in Austin (Austin Contrarian via
    • Today Is National Bike to Work Day (AMNY)
    • SF Does BTWD a Day Early, Draws Record Crowds (Streetsblog SF)

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