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    • Park Smart Is Working, But Some Slope Merchants Still Fear Good Parking Policy (Bklyn Paper)
    • Capn Transit: Commuter Van Critics Overlook the Evidence Right Under Their Noses
    • MTA Will Set Up Cashless Tolling on the Henry Hudson Bridge By 2012 (Post)
    • Carl Paladino Doesn't Hate NYC, He Just Hates the Traffic (Daily Politics)
    • Take a Tour of Masdar, the Sustainable City Built By Oil Wealth (NYT)
    • Fast Company Sits Down for a Q-and-A With Public Space Maestro Jan Gehl
    • MTA Cutting Overtime Costs Faster Than Expected (Post)
    • Riders Dedicate a Ghost Bike in Memory of Jasmine Herron (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bus Drivers Never Know Who They'll Meet Next (News)
    • Segway Corporate Owner Rides "Off-Road" Segway Model Off a Cliff (News)
    • Congestion Pricing Foe Charles Barron Catches Congestion Pricing Fever (Transpo Nation)

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