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9:09 AM EDT on June 2, 2010

    • Raising the Bar: Gee-Whiz Tech Gives San Francisco a Truer Parking Picture (Streetsblog SF)
    • Bloomberg Tells SIers Congestion Pricing Would Have Kept Their Buses Running ... (Advance)
    • ... And Says Primary Job of TEAs Is to Enforce Parking Regs (Post)
    • NY1, Second Ave Sagas Cover MTA Smart Card Rollout
    • Staten Island Railway Is 150 Years Old This Year (Advance)
    • Streetsblogger J-Uptown Nails Bogus "Dispute" Over Greenpoint Ave Bridge Bike Lane (News)
    • Cycle-Powered Coffee Carts Coming to McCarren Park This Summer (News)
    • Armored Truck Company Making the Most of Out-of-State Registration Loophole (News)
    • Livery Cab Companies Aren't Following Accessibility Laws (Post)
    • Newton Streets Corrects David Brooks' Casual Attack on Dead Pedestrians

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