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8:43 AM EDT on May 18, 2009

    • Speeding SUV Driver Nearly Kills Pedestrian on 14th Street; No Charges Filed (News)
    • Brooklyn Pols Propose Residential Permit Parking (NY1)
    • George Will Goes Off on Ray LaHood for Promoting Transportation Choices (Newsweek)
    • How Cap-and-Trade Became the Default Policy for Curbing Emissions (NYT)
    • Brooklyn CB6 Asks for Raised Median to Separate PPW Protected Bike Path (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bobby Cuza Interviews Outgoing MTA Chief Lee Sander (NY1)
    • Subway Ridership Down More Than Expected in March (Post)
    • G Train Service to Extend to Church Ave Starting in July (Post)
    • Appellate Court OKs Use of Eminent Domain for Atlantic Yards (News, Bklyn Paper)
    • More on Deal to Limit Parking on Far West Side (MTR)
    • Designing Streets for Cars Doesn't Help the Elderly and Disabled (Cap'n Transit via

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