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    • India on Pace to Make Too Many Cars, Creating Pressure for More Highways and Parking (WSJ)
    • DOT Commish Sadik-Khan and TA's Samponaro Talk NYC Cycling on CNBC
    • How Elle Vandenberghe's Mom Fought the Absurdity of New York Traffic Laws (NYT)
    • NY Botanical Garden Gets Into Parking Business With 825-Space Subsidized Garage (News)
    • PPW Design Tweak: City to Keep Drivers Out of Ped Spaces Using Granite Blocks (Bklyn Paper)
    • Challenger Calls Out Skelos for Ignoring Basics of LIRR Upkeep (Albany Project)
    • For AG, Pete Seeger Endorses Brodsky, #1 Foe of NYC's Biggest Sustainability Initiative (DP)
    • New Subway Cars to Come Equipped With Surveillance Cams -- No Albany Vote Necessary (Post)
    • Are School Bus Cuts in Jersey a Blessing in Disguise? (MTR)
    • Summer Streets Fashion Revue With Bill Cunningham (NYT)
    • Ben Kabak Tells a Staten Island Subway Saga

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