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    • Brodsky and NYC Assembly Mems Shirk All Responsibility for Funding Student Metrocards (News)
    • De Blasio Mobilizing Parents to Call Albany Pols and Demand Restoration of Student Fares (MTR)
    • More Coverage of the Child Pedestrian Death in Borough Park Yesterday (News, Post)
    • Tom Vanderbilt: Making Toyotas Safer Is Easy; Making Safer Drivers Is the Tough Part (Slate)
    • When Will Doomsday Arrive for Cul-de-Sacs and Their Staggering Costs? (TreeHugger)
    • Another TIGER Winner: Philly's Section of the East Coast Greenway (ECGA)
    • And Two Others That Missed Out: DC Transitway, Bike-Share Expansion (GGW)
    • North America's Biggest Year-Round Bike-Share Debuts in Mexico City (Bike-Sharing Blog)
    • The Good News: USDOT, HUD, EPA Are Aligning; The Bad News: Congress (Citiwire)
    • Now That's How to Embarrass Pedro Espada (Gothamist)

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