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8:56 AM EDT on June 29, 2009

    • The Subway Fare Just Went Up (Post, NY1, News)
    • New Yorkers Have No Idea Why This Fare Hike Is Happening (News, News)
    • Report: States Spending One-Third of Their Transpo Stim Cash on Road Expansion (MTR)
    • GOP: Climate Bill Going Nowhere in the Senate (NYT)
    • Van Driver Hits and Kills 72-Year-Old Cyclist on Brooklyn's Fifth Avenue; No Charges Filed (News)
    • Drunk Driver Injures 4-Year-Old Queens Girl (News)
    • Sadik-Khan Shows Off NYC Bike-Share Preview -- Village Audience Bursts Into Applause (Villager)
    • This Year's Summer Streets Set for August 8, 15, 22 (Post)
    • Study: Nearly Thirty Percent of Brooklyn Ikea Customers Don't Come By Car (Bklyn Paper)
    • Meet Your Anti-Atlantic Yards Candidate for Brooklyn Beep: Eugene Myrick (Post)
    • 100 Years Ago, Fifth Avenue Had Glorious 30-Foot Sidewalks (NYT)

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