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    • Obama Accelerates National Fuel Economy Standards, Caps Auto Emissions (NYT, Bloomberg, AP)
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    • Driver Hits and Kills 13-Year-Old Student in Flatbush; No Charges Filed (News, Post)
    • House Climate Bill Funds Auto Industry But Not Transit (RT Rider via Streetsblog.net)
    • Citing Anecdotes, News Says That Fare Evasion Is Up on Bx12 SBS Route
    • DOT, MTA Want Your Ideas for Next Round of BRT Routes (MTR)
    • MTA to Cut Number of Station Agents (NY1)
    • Brooklyn Paper Has More on Latest Proposal for RPP
    • Would Targeted Rebates Overcome Pols' Objections to Congestion Pricing? (538)
    • Missouri Lawmakers: It's OK to Txt-N-Drive If You're Over 21 (STL Urban Workshop)

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