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    • State DOTs Still Stuck in the 1950s, Lobbying Congress for Wider Highways (MTR)
    • City Council Reportedly Considering Bike License Law; Sean Sweeney Wants It Now (Villager)
    • Cyclist Struck, Seriously Injured By Express Bus at Union Square (Gothamist)
    • State, City Comptrollers to Jointly Audit MTA Maintenance Sked (Post, Observer, NY1)
    • Walder: We Could Close Lines and Do Track Work All at Once (News, Post, SAS, WNYC, City Room)
    • NYT on Climate Bill: Where's Obama?
    • NJTransit Fare Hikes Have Arrived; Service Cuts Coming Soon (1010 WINS)
    • London's "Cycle Superhighways" Are Mostly Just Bike Lanes Painted Blue (Guardian)
    • Parks Dept Electric Carts Combust While Charging (City Room)
    • Fantastic: On-Street Bike Parking Debuts in San Francisco (Streetsblog SF)

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