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8:43 AM EDT on June 30, 2010

    • Kerry, Lieberman, Obama Buckle on Climate Bill (Politico, NYT)
    • No Decision Yet on Whether Transpo Emissions Will Be Capped (Transpo Nation)
    • DOT May Scrap Ped Plaza in 34th Street Busway Plan (DNAInfo)
    • State Senate Moves to Forbid MTA From Laying Off Conductors, Station Agents (News)
    • Key Council Committee Approves New Domino (NYT)
    • Surprisingly Good News: Movement on Complete Streets & Safe Passing Bills in Albany (WGRZ
    • BQE Reconstruction Option: Build a Tunnel and Turn the Old Road Into a Greenway (MTR)
    • IBM Report: Motorists Fed Up With Other Motorists (Post)
    • Private Bus Operator Says Threats From City Are Scaring Away Customers (News)
    • In Case You've Been Nostalgic for Some Kent Ave Bike Lane Drama (Bklyn Paper)
    • Get Ready for an Election Season Full of Empty Rhetoric About Gulf Oil Spill (NYT)

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