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    • Tom Friedman: Time for Proponents of Climate Science to Stop Playing Defense (NYT)
    • Federal Judge Upholds NYPD Parade Rules Restricting Group Bike Rides (Gothamist, City Room)
    • More on Moynihan Station -- When Will Shovels Go in the Ground? (WNYC, City Room, NY1, News)
    • The $100 MetroCard: Without Congestion Pricing, We're About to Cross the Threshold (SAS)
    • Study: Freeway Pollution Hardens Arteries, Contributes to Heart Disease and Stroke (LAT)
    • Christie Sticking It to NJ Transit Riders While Backing Costly Highway Expansions (MTR)
    • FTA Foresees More Delays for WTC Transit Hub (Post)
    • New NYCT Express Bus Mirrors Affect Drivers' Vision for the Worse (AMNY)
    • Feds Withdraw Funding for Rail Connection to Oakland Airport (NYT)
    • Permanent Park(ing) Day: SF Converts Curbside Spots to Sidewalk Extensions (Streetsblog SF)

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