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    • NYT: Success of Car-Free Times Square Hinges on How Much Traffic Speeds Improved
    • Manhattan Costco a Retail Disappointment and Job Creation Failure (Crains)
    • How Much Do the Feds Spend on Transit? See For Yourself (NYT)
    • Doomsday Hitting American Transit Agencies For Real This Time (Transport Politic via SAS)
    • Looks Like Parking in Long Island City Is Too Cheap (News)
    • TLC Starts Enforcing Zero Tolerance Policy on Distracted Cabbies (Post)
    • FedEx Truck Smashes Into Brooklyn Heights Building, Injuring One (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Countdown Clocks Come to Two More Bronx Subway Stations (SAS)
    • The Painstaking Process of Building a New LIRR Terminal 14 Stories Underground (WNYC)
    • Melbourne's Swanston Street Goes Car-Free (Herald Sun)

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