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    • Congress Tempted to Intervene in GM, Chrysler Affairs and Keep Car Dealers Afloat (NYT)
    • Energy Dept: The Era of Cheap Oil Is Over (Grist)
    • Chatham Square Safety Improvements on Hold For Now (Villager)
    • No One Is Enforcing NYC's Pedicab Safety Rules (NYT)
    • City Council Pols Want Traffic Agents to Take a Picture for Every Parking Summons (Post)
    • MTA Has Quietly Been Running Automated Trains on the L Line 24-7 (News)
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    • The Takeaway Has a Lot of Good Segments From the CNU 17 Conference in Denver 
    • More People Ride the Bus When Bus Service Improves (Yglesias)
    • New Yorkers Talk Subway Etiquette With Brian Lehrer (WNYC)

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