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    • The High Line Makes Its Debut (Arts Beat)
    • Post Swoons for a New Public Space That's Not on the Street
    • Feds Commit to Funding Trans-Hudson "Mass Transit Tunnel" -- Formerly ARC (MTR)
    • Matt Schuerman Reports on His Bike Commute From Ditmas Park (WNYC)
    • State Sen. Dan Squadron Talks About Residential Parking Permits With Brian Lehrer (WNYC
    • Some Mott Haven Homeowners Don't Want Street Trees (News)
    • Where Walking Isn't Even an Option to Go Next Door (Urban Review STL via Streetsblog.net)

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