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    • Pedestrian Broadway Makes Smashing Debut (NYT, News, Post, NY1, NPR, HuffPo)
    • Times Arch Critic Likes Car-free Times Square, Frets Over Final Design
    • Lawmakers Hoping David Gantt Will "See the Light" on Texting-While-Driving Ban (Star Gazette)
    • London's Cyclist Mayor Has Close Call on a Ride With UK Transport Minister (Guardian)
    • Easier-to-Use Exits Will Speed Trips for New NYC Buses (News)
    • Driver Runs Over Traffic Agent to Avoid Parking Ticket, Breaks Both of Her Legs (NBC)
    • MTA Names Least Reliable Subway Escalators and Elevators (Post)
    • Parking Agents Setting a Bad Example at Westchester Square (News)
    • Dukakis: Obama Should Give Detroit $5B to Make Transit Vehicles (Infrastructurist)
    • Another Cost of Automobility -- Silly Safety Campaigns (hugeasscity via

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