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8:56 AM EDT on June 10, 2009

    • Fox News Writer Rams SUV Into Cyclist in Central Park (Gawker, Gothamist)
    • Albany Turmoil May Keep MTA Under Temporary Leadership for a Long Time (News)
    • Gas Prices Back to Nearly $3/Gal in NYC; Oil's at $71/Barrel (News, Takeaway)
    • Why Denver Decided to Invest in Transit and Urbanism (Takeaway)
    • Here's What Other Countries Are Doing to Reduce Car Speeds (World Streets via
    • Redeveloping a Defunct Bowling Alley Stokes Traffic Fears in Glendale (News)
    • The Post Is Loving the High Line and Hating Car-Free Times Square
    • There's a New Name for Neighborhood Car-Free Events: "Weekend Walks" (WNYC)
    • UPS Has a Bike Lane Policy: It's OK for a Driver to Block One, Just Not for Too Long (Cyclosity)
    • How to Nab a Cyclist (Marie Claire)

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