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9:00 AM EDT on July 23, 2010

    • Senate Fails to Move Climate/Energy Bill; From the Ashes, a Carbon Tax? (NYT, Carbon Tax Center)
    • Fare Hike Vote Coming Next Week; If Only MTA Board Could Toll East River Bridges (NY1)
    • TSTC to State DOT: Stop Ignoring Full Benefits of Sheridan Teardown (MTR)
    • CNU Study Shows How Restoring the Street Grid Beats Keeping NOLA's Claiborne Expressway
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills 4-Year-Old Girl in Newark (WCBS)
    • First Phase of Moynihan Station Construction Will Start in October (Post)
    • West Street So Dangerous Grown-Ups Need Help Crossing (DNAInfo)
    • Dan Halloran Has Got an Excellent Foil for His Push to Make Double-Parking Legal (Queens Chron)
    • Get a Bird's Eye View of Times Square's Temporary New Surface (Gothamist)
    • Real-Time Traffic Info Tops DOT's Wishlist for Transpo Apps (Civic Hacker)
    • A Guide to Circum-Bicycling Manhattan (NYC Transported)
    • Salsa Lessons in the Street: Excellent Use of Reclaimed Meat Market Plaza (NYT)

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