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    • Pentagon to Back Transpo Reform? Military Says Climate Change Threatens National Security (NYT)
    • Arbitrators Expected to Give MTA Workers 4 Percent Annual Raise (News)
    • Driver Kills Elderly Man Crossing Street in Bensonhurst; NYPD: 'No Criminality Suspected' (News)
    • The Great Cycling PR Campaign of 2009 Continues in the Daily News
    • A Brief History of American Street Design (Planetizen)
    • NY1 Shows a Few Scenes From the First 'Summer Streets' of 2009
    • Market-Oriented Parking Policy Can Make Cities More Livable (Austin Contrarian via
    • The Post Keeps Demonizing NYPD Tow Crews as Weprin Unveils a Bill to Extend Impound Lot Hours
    • How They Do Parking Placard Fraud in the Hamptons (Post)
    • Another Reason to Submit Your Bike Etiquette PSA to TA: BikeSnob Will Be Judging, Snobbily

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