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    • Jay Walder Says He's Got the Chops to Navigate Albany (NYT)
    • London Labor Leader: Walder Will Clash With Unions (News)
    • Bowing to Pols, State DOT to Widen 1.2 Miles of SI Expressway (SI Advance, MTR)
    • State of Subways: 7 Line Rated Tops, C Brings Up the Rear (News, Post, NY1, City Room)
    • Bike Advocate Bruce Rosar Struck and Killed By Driver in NC (DC Examiner via Streetsblog.net)
    • Officer Struck By Curb-Jumping Car Loses Left Leg Below the Knee (News)
    • You Call This Green Building? Setting Aside Parking for Hybrids Counts Toward LEED (Green Inc)
    • Check Out Latest Pics of the Subway Station Overhaul at Bleecker St. (Curbed, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Tesla Motors Now Hawking Electric Cars at Manhattan Showroom (AMNY)
    • Street Safety Projects in Fort Greene and Williamsburg Moving Forward (Bklyn Paper, Your Nabe)
    • Susan Jhun Does It Again: Great Little Piece of Ped-Friendly Journalism From NY1

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