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9:05 AM EDT on October 21, 2009

    • East River Plaza, Urban Planning Abomination, Opens Next Month in Manhattan (NYT)
    • Walder: MTA Must Be Realistic About What It Can Accomplish (News)
    • Report Critiques MTA's Handling of Construction Projects (City Room, 2nd Ave SagasPost, AMNY)
    • Americans Don't Identify With Car Brands Anymore (NYT)
    • Attention Motorists: NYPD Wants You to Know There's a Cell Phone Blitz Today (City Room)
    • Electric Bikes Gaining Popularity Despite NYC Ban (City Room)
    • Parking Spot Fight Escalates to Insanity at South Street Seaport (News, Post)
    • CT Needs the Flexibility of BRT (MTR)
    • Deaf and Blind Pedestrians Make Streets Advocacy Headway in Minnesota (Star Trib)
    • Jaywalking Crackdowns Don't Make Peds Safer (Car-Free in Big D via

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