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    • LaHood Smacks Down Pro-Distracted Driving Lobbyists (Transpo Nation
    • Tom Angotti: NYC Needs Comprehensive Planning, Not Ad Hoc Side Deals (Gotham Gazette
    • Planner Alex Garvin Talks NYC Zoning Rewrite, Superblocks (Urban Omnibus)
    • Yonah Freemark Questions City's Commuter Van Program, Transit Privatization (TNAC)
    • What "Regime Change" Looks Like in Albany: Senate Leader's $50K Mega-SUV Now a Hybrid (Post)
    • ARC Tunnel Eminent Domain Plans Infuriate Midtown Businesses (DNAinfo)
    • Connecticut Just Keeps Sprawling (Courant)
    • WTC Rebuilding Moves Forward; Developer Selected for Tower (NYT)
    • 9/11 Security Measures Continue to Sever Park Row (1010WINS)
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