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    • Disgusting Defense From Killer DWI Cop Andrew Kelly: Blame the Victim (News, Post)
    • Gov's Budget Comes Up Way Short on Student MetroCards (Great Headline, Daily News)
    • Speed Cams in Gov's Budget Are Only for State Police, Not NYC Streets (Observer)
    • Nicole Gelinas: Walder's Cost-Cutting Plan Neglects to Mention Executive and Union Pay (Post)
    • Brooklyn Speaks Makes Its Case Against Atlantic Yards and ESDC in Court (MTR, Bklyn Paper)
    • Governing Mag: Cities for Cycling Can Cut Thru Red Tape Holding Back Bike Projects (via Planetizen)
    • Congestion Nation: Scenes From America's Car-Clogged Highways (Daily Beast via Gothamist)
    • DOT Rejects Speed Humps for Alderton Ave: "Too Many Driveways" (Queens Chron)
    • Two Car-Oriented Strips in the Bronx Up for Rezoning by City Planning (News)
    • Refreshing: LAPD Now Has a Task Force Working With Cyclists on Street Safety (Streetsblog LA)

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