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9:09 AM EDT on September 20, 2010

    • The Post Is Hearing Rumors of a JSK-Goldsmith Rift Over Bike Lanes
    • NJ Senators Urge Christie Not to Kill Transit Tunnels to Fund Highways (NYT)
    • Even Modest TOD Efforts in Suffolk County Spark Intense NIMBYism (NYT)
    • Parkchester Reps Rally To Restore Bus Service (Bronx Times)
    • Drunk Driver Kills Guyanese Tourist Hours After He Arrived in New York (News)
    • Livery Cab Driver Plows Into Park Slope Storefront, Reportedly Hitting 3 Ped and Severing Leg (FiPS)
    • Headline Writers Declare "War" Between Pedestrians and Cyclists (Spokes)
    • After Killing Motorcyclist in Illegal Left Turn at West and Canal, Driver Flees Scene (WSJ)
    • To Know Congestion Pricing Is To Love Congestion Pricing, Say Berkeley Researchers (Ryan Avent)
    • Bike Lanes and Riders Attract REI to Open SoHo Megastore (NYT)
    • Jan Gehl Speaks to Packed House, With Intros by Sadik-Kahn and Burden (Capital New York)
    • Photographer Christoph Gielen Documents "The Geometry of Sprawl" (NYT)

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