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    • Parking Expert Rachel Weinberger: Car-Sharing Change May Not Cut Driving (Transpo Nation)
    • Reformer Larry Hanley Takes the Helm of Amalgamated Transit Union (Labor Notes)
    • Brooklyn's Next "Great Public Space" Reserves Right To Kick Out Groups of Four or More (Brooklyn Paper)
    • To Get Trucks Off Their Streets, Astoria Wants Them on the Grand Central Parkway (News)
    • Good Luck Getting Around Today: Rain Overwhelms Aging Infrastructure (City Room)
    • Internal Affairs Targets Ticket Writers in 12 Bronx Precincts (Post)
    • Gridlock Sam: Feds Need to OK L.A.'s 30/10 Transit Plan, Other Cities Need to Follow (PBS)
    • NJ Assembly Waters Down Anti-Sprawl Law (Star-Ledger)
    • Chris Christie Picks Former State AG to Run Port Authority Board (WSJ, Star-Ledger)
    • New Documentary Studies Rockland County's "Megamall" and Sprawl (LoHud)

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