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9:06 AM EDT on July 29, 2010

  • MTA Unveils Fare Hike Details (NYT, News)
  • It's Not Just Fares: Dozens of Small Cuts Will Hurt Ride Quality (WSJ)
  • And 202 Station Agent Layoffs Formally Approved (AMNY)
  • News: Don't Blame MTA; Pin the Hike on Paterson, Silver, Sampson, and Skelos
  • Will Environmentalists Regroup Around a Carbon Fee Instead of a Carbon Cap? (The Nation)
  • Deal for Even Cheaper Parking Wins Flushing Commons Council Support (News)  
  • Amanda Burden Sees Street Life as Her Legacy (Urban Omnibus)
  • Slideshow: Times Square Street Mural One Week From Completion (WNYC
  • Child's Ghost Bike Appears on UWS, But Is It Real? (West Side Spirit)
  • Portland Cyclist Calls NYC Traffic "Terror Mixed With Aggression," Praises Bike Lanes (Oregon Live)
  • DOT Surveyors Witness Three-Car Crash at Deathtrap Intersection of Utica and Avenue D (YourNabe

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