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    • Could Hurricane Earl Take Down the Subway System? (WSJ)
    • New York State Launches Reckless Driving Awareness Campaign (Gothamist)
    • Bragdon Exit Interview Praises JSK -- and Hints at Sheridan Teardown? (Oregon Public Radio)
    • Walk Score Now Ranks Neighborhoods, Not Just Addresses (Walk Score Blog)
    • Roberta Gratz Pens Ode to Bottom-Up Revitalization of Upper West Side (NYT)
    • Bus Drivers' Strike Strands 7,500 in Jersey (Post)
    • NJ Transit Pursues Onboard Wi-Fi (WSJ)
    • Cartoon: How NYPD Can Really Clean Up Ghost Bikes (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Why So Many Empty Lots in Flatbush? Middle Schoolers Explain in Video (Places Magazine)
    • Subway-Riding Reporter Races Cadillac-Chauffeured Rangel, 80; Guess Who Wins (Daily Politics)

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