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8:57 AM EDT on July 20, 2010

    • Bronx Communities United for Sheridan Teardown, NYSDOT Traffic Fears Remain Obstacle (News)
    • New York State Goes From Unofficially Broke to Officially Broke (Post)
    • For Quick Savings, NYC Looks to Its 26,000-Vehicle Fleet (City Room
    • Police Continue to Hunt for Garbage Truck Driver Who Killed Cyclist TJ Campbell (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Bike Lane Bashing Goes Highbrow in Times Review of "Cars, Culture and the City"  
    • Ex-EMT Shot and Killed Over SoHo Parking Space (News)
    • NOLA Mayor Mitch Landrieu Open to Urban Highway Teardown (Times-Picayune
    • Reckless Cabbie Gives Cycling LA Mayor Motivation to Make Streets Safer (StreetsblogLA, LA Times
    • DC Launches Pay-By-Phone, Pay-By-Plate Parking Experiments (ABC 7
    • Manhattan CB 1 Endorses Hudson Street Ped Plaza, At Least For Now (Tribeca Trib
    • WSJ Flashback, 1988: Select Wall Streeters Deign to Try Subway

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