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9:09 AM EDT on June 30, 2009

    • Why Is There a Gender Gap in City Cycling? (City Room)
    • Day After Fare Hike, Manhattan Institute Comes Out With a Study on MTA Salaries (News, SI Live)
    • And Here's Another Angry Commuter Story (NY1)
    • DOT Puts Bronx Speedway Allerton Ave on a Road Diet (MTR)
    • Summer Streets 2009: 13 NYC Neighborhoods Get Car-Free Days (NYT)
    • City Council Holds Committee Hearing on Pedicab Regs (City Room, Post)
    • New NYCT Buses: Quieter, More Smiley (News)
    • The Search Is on for a New Transportation Commish in Chicago (Carfree Chicago via
    • Williamsburg Walks: Saturated With Skaters? (Gothamist)
    • Drivers Have It Better Than Straphangers at SE Corner of Union Square (Restless)
    • Long Beach's One of a Kind Painted Sharrow Lane (Streetsblog LA)

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