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    • Urban Livability Seeping Into Cable News Coverage -- Check Out This CNN Feature
    • Transport for London IDs 140 Traffic Signals That Could Be Removed (Transport Xtra)
    • Another Breed of Fake Placard: MTA Vests Get Parking Agents to Back Off (News)
    • The Cross Bronx: It's Loud, Polluting, Terrible for Kids, and Weird Human Interest Fodder for the Times
    • Before the Interstates, America Had the World's Fastest Trains (Progressive Fix via Infrastructurist)
    • Urban Omnibus Talks to RPA About the Meaning of Urban Innovation
    • The "THINK City" Electric Car -- The Future of NYC's Vehicle Fleet? (Brooklyn Paper)
    • New Bowery Median Will Make a Dangerous Street Somewhat Less Dangerous (Downtown Express)
    • Remembering an East Harlem Corner Before the Triborough (Harlem Bespoke)
    • Does NYPD Have the Guts to Enforce Traffic in Bunny Costumes? (The 818 via @naparstek)

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