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    • With Bike Access Bill a Done Deal, Yassky and Liu Bury the Hatchet, at Least in Public (News, NYFI)
    • Post Gets the Basics of Bike Access Bill Wrong
    • A Fuel Efficient Fleet of American Cars: Not Happening Without Higher Gas Prices (NYT)
    • Speeding FedEx Driver Kills Pedestrian in Long Beach (Post)
    • Being the "Anti-Elitist" Candidate for Mayor Means Driving Your Own Car (NYT)
    • Lots of Stories Today About MTA's Progress Toward Total Train Surveillance (NYT, NY1, Post)
    • Online Bike Trip Planning: It's Kind of Like the Manhattan Project (Bike Portland via Streetsblog.net)
    • Now You Can Check Subway Sked Tweets Before You Go Underground (Post)
    • TSTC and LSE Team Up for a Lesson on Ped Safety and Community Organizing in Newark (MTR)
    • Sweet Before-and-After Pics of Shared Space Streets in Ashford, UK (How We Drive

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