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    • Feds: MTA Timetable on 2nd Ave Subway Too Optimistic (News, City Room, AMNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Oberstar on Raising the Gas Tax: "Congress Decides, Not the Administration" (PBS)
    • Shame on Bloomberg: Mayor's SUVs Seen Idling Around Town (AP, News)
    • The Times Keeps Up the Commentary on Distracted Driving
    • More Cities Creating Guidelines to Design Livable Streets (Planetizen)
    • Police Chase Mayhem in Washington Heights (News, NYT)
    • One American Town Makes the Copenhagenize Top Bike-Friendly Cities List (via
    • Will There Ever Be a Way to Bike or Walk Across the Verrazano? (Examiner)
    • Q: Who Is Mark Huijgan? A: A Bike Thief's Worst Nightmare (Post)
    • Here's One Way to Eliminate Parking in Manhattan (News)

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