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    • CB 7 Signs Off on Flushing Commons Development With Space for 1,600 Cars (Crain's)
    • NY1 Polls Jamaica Pedestrians on Crossing With Caution at Sutphin Blvd and Archer Ave
    • Hit-and-Run Victim Erinn Phelan Still Comatose, Moved to Boston Facility (News)
    • New Jersey, One of America's Worst Places to Walk, to Require Full Stop for Peds (Inquirer via HWD)
    • Governor Christie Betrays Contempt for Transit Riders, Ignorance of Transpo Funding (MTR)
    • House of Detention Buses Taking Over Block of Court Street (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA Hits: SI Bus Drivers Took a Snow Day (News); Old Station Cams Outperform New Ones (AMNY)
    • Charity Bike Rides Popular Enough to Sue Each Other (NYT)
    • Ice Disappearing From Montana's Glacier National Park, May Be Gone by Decade's End (AP)
    • Grist's David Roberts Explains How Street Connectivity Could Bring Community to His Nabe ...
    • ... While Pod People Hope to Re-Brand That Whole "Community" Thing (Autopia)

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