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9:02 AM EDT on August 4, 2010

    • Albany Passes a Budget Four Months Behind Schedule (NYT, News)
    • MTR Lays Out a Transpo Agenda for New York's Next Gov
    • Where the MTA Service Cuts Hit Hardest (City Limits)
    • Albany's Handling of the MTA Is "Absolutely Idiotic Public Policy" (HuffPo)
    • The Journal Covers Park Slope Neighbors' PPW Traffic Speed Study
    • $52M in Metrocard Purchases Will Go Unused Next Year, MTA Estimates (News)
    • Newtown Creek: NYC's Super Slow Motion Oil Disaster (NYT)
    • Mexico City Is a Town Without Parade Rules (NYT)
    • Summer Streets Preview: Crystal Clear Dumpster Pools (Gothamist, News)
    • London Launched Its 400-Station Bike-Share Program Last Week (Telegraph)
    • But Is Boris Johnson Building a Bike Network With Sufficient Urgency? (Global Urbanist)

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