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8:28 AM EDT on April 16, 2010

    • Drunk Driving CEO Kills Bus Depot Guard Crossing the Whitestone (News, City Room)
    • TA Calls for Bike Lane on Flatbush Avenue; DOT: Other Streets Have Those Already (Bklyn Paper)
    • Council Member Dan Dromm Wants to Make 78th St. Play Street Permanent (News)
    • Regular Walking and Biking Cuts Risk of Heart Disease 50 Percent (Planetizen)
    • Health Care Bill Can Help Make Walking and Biking the Easy Choice in South Bronx (Marketplace)
    • Question for Marty: Is the U.S. Secretary of Transportation Also a "Zealot"? (Bklyn Eagle)
    • When Is Urbanism Not Really Urban? (Good, Streetsblog LA)
    • Tough Job: Creating a Great Public Space Next to the Holland Tunnel (Downtown Express)
    • Performance Parking Might Catch on in New Haven (MTR)
    • Fare Hike Four Member Carl Kruger Has a Primary Challenger (Bklyn Eagle)

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