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    • Raging Driver Kills Bronx Dad Crossing Street With Young Son, Injures 12 More (Post, News, NYT)
    • As of Yesterday, New York's Toll System Makes Even Less Sense (News)
    • News: Finance Expert Jay Walder on Track to Head MTA; Sadik-Khan Approves
    • Gov't-Backed GM Is Out of Bankruptcy and Hoping the New Camaros Keep Selling (NYT, WSJ)
    • Trend: Transit Agencies Outsourcing Service to Private Firms (WSJ - preview only)
    • The White House Office of Urban Policy Is Finally Getting Busy This Week (WaPo)
    • SI Pols Whip Up a Rally for "Improved" Roads (SI Advance)
    • Construction of Bleecker St. Subway Transfer Delayed By Unstable Building (AMNY)
    • Newark Couple Shuts Down the Boom-Car Business Next Door (Star-Ledger)
    • Public Space Management, NYPD-Style (Post)
    • Still on the Books: 1950s-era Ban on Bike Parking in Jacksonville CBD (Bike Jax via Streetsblog.net)

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