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9:09 AM EDT on September 30, 2010

    • Times: It Makes No Sense at All to Kill ARC Tunnel
    • Is Chris Christie a "Fiscal Hawk" or Just an Old-Fashioned Motorhead? (MTR)
    • Tish James Is Pushing for Residential Parking Permits Near Atlantic Yards (Bklyn Paper)
    • Lackluster Ridership on First Day of B71 Commuter Van Service (Bklyn Paper)
    • George Bliss's "Upright Bicycle Ride" Celebrates NYC's New Bike Infrastructure (Downtown Express)
    • "The Idea Now Is to Look Like a Pedestrian on Wheels" (NYT)
    • Grist Sits Down With Earl Blumenauer to Talk Livable Communities
    • Motorist Who Went Berserk on Traffic Agent Charged With 2nd Degree Assault (News, Post)
    • 68th Precinct Cracking Down on Sidewalk-Parking Motorcyclists (Bklyn Paper)
    • AlliedBarton Takes Over Church St. Ped Safety Management From Sam Schwartz (Downtown Express)
    • Weird: Federal Rule Will Compel NYC to Change All Street Signs (News, Post)
    • Even Weirder Climate/Transpo Humor From Daily News Editorialists
    • What Are the Top Ten Reasons Dave Pokes Fun at Ped Plazas? (WSJ, NYT)

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