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9:13 AM EDT on May 28, 2010

    • LaHood: We Haven't Endorsed Transit Operating Aid Bill (Transpo Nation)
    • Obama Admits Mistakes in Spill Response, Won't Admit Offshore Drilling Is a Mistake (NYT)
    • Charles Krauthammer Incapable of Connecting Deepwater Drilling to Oil Dependence (News)
    • NYU Study: 96 Percent of Spending in East Side Shops Comes Via Sustainable Transport (Villager)
    • MTA Ready to Roll Out a Less-Cluttered, Less-Informative Subway Map (NYT, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Squadron: Make Lower Manhattan Tour Buses Park in Jersey (Downtown Express)
    • Queens CB3 Also Considering Bike Lanes, Parking Meters (!) in Addition to Play Street (Queens Chron)
    • Earth to Motorists: Don't Drive on the Hudson River Greenway (Gothamist)
    • Re-Opening of Midtown Passageway Could Relieve Above-Ground Pedestrian Crush (MTR)
    • Manhattan Times Runs a Nice Bike Commuter Profile

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