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9:11 AM EDT on July 6, 2009

    • David Yassky Accuses John Liu of Playing Politics With Bike Access (Post)
    • Paterson: Dems Should Drop Opposition to Pedro Espada as Senate President (News)
    • City Council May Consider Bill to Eliminate Public Advocate (City Hall)
    • Times Can't Wait to Pass Judgment on Unfinished Pedestrianized Broadway. Oh, Wait...
    • Times Health Blog: Is Cycling Bad for Your Bones?
    • Post: Con Ed, DOT Endangered Pedestrians by Slacking on Stray Voltage Tests
    • Instead of More Spots, Riverdale Needs Parking Permits, BRT, Bike Lanes (R'dale Press)
    • Bronx Church Group Wants Ped Safety Improvements in University Heights (Norwood News)
    • Reuters Blogger Tries Out the Komanoff Balanced Transportation Analyzer
    • Reflecting on the Pitfalls of Disney-fied Transit (Transport Politic via

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