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9:19 AM EDT on September 3, 2009

    • Shared Streets, Big City: In Experiment, London Will Shut Down Traffic Lights (Wheels)
    • DMI to Bloomberg: Serious About Transit? Show Us the Money (HuffPo)
    • Report: NYC Congestion About to Get Worse Than Ever (Post)
    • NPR Considers the Benefits of Multi-Modal Transit Networks
    • Motorists Grumbling About Higher Vehicle Fees to Fund MTA, Roads (City Room, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Thompson Rips MTA for Eliminating Station Agents (AMNY)
    • Cops Get Course in Motorcycle Safety. What About Squad Car Safety? (Post)
    • C'mon, Brooklyn Paper, the 33rd District Debate Was About More Than Biking
    • Cleveland Transit Fares Rise for Second Time in Less Than a Year (Plain Dealer)
    • Summer's Not Over: Car-Free Myrtle Ave Just Getting Started (Brooklyn Eagle)

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