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    • Christie May Sacrifice ARC Transit Tunnel, Property Tax Windfall to Avoid Raising Gas Tax (MTR)
    • NYT: Don't Let Oil Men, Kochtopus Strangle California's Landmark Climate Law
    • Biggest Bike-Share in America Debuts in Nation's Capital (WaPo, NYT, GGW)
    • LaHood: Distracted Drivers Killed 5,500, Injured 450,000 in 2009 (Orlando Sen via Transpo Nation)
    • Brooklyn Delivery Man Brain Dead After Texting Teen Runs Him Over (News)
    • No Charges for Driver Who "Zipped Up" 8th Ave Into Sidewalk, Severed Man's Leg (Bklyn Paper)
    • First Trial Routes for Commuter Van Service Are in Effect (Post)
    • Will Poor Marketing and Infrequent Service Doom the Vans? (Cap'n Transit 1, 2, 3)
    • The Newest Make-or-Break NYC Residential Amenity: Bike Storage (Crains)
    • Busted Electrical Wire Reportedly to Blame for Yesterday's Rail Bridge Fire (Post)
    • Staten Island Bike Lane Turns Into Temporary Dry Dock (Gothamist)

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