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Today’s Headlines — PPW Rally Edition

9:04 AM EDT on October 22, 2010

In non-PPW news...

    • Report: Runaway MTA Debt Will Wallop Transit Riders Unless Gov Steps Up (Post, News, AMNY)
    • Meanwhile, Cuomo's "Urban Agenda" Says Nothing About Transit (Transpo Nation)
    • Feds' Cost Estimates for ARC Tunnel Come in $4 Billion Lower Than Christie's Scenario (Transpo Nation)
    • Seven Injured in 6-Car Pile-up at Grand Army Plaza (Post)
    • State DOT Bungles BQE Sound Barriers in Woodside (News)

Your featured presentation...

    • Brooklyn Paper Pegs Turnout at 250 People for the New PPW, About 50 Against
    • Are PPW Supporters Invisible? No Mention of Huge Numerical Advantage on WNYC, ABC, NY1
    • Gothamist, Observer, CBS2, City Room Say It: Far More People Turned Out to Love the Lane Than Bash It
    • Fact: PPW Redesign Drastically Cut Speeding & Sidewalk Riding as Cycling Boomed (Transpo Nation)
    • This "Scofflaw Cyclists" Story Is the Bike Lane Piece That Appeared in the Times Print Edition Today
    • Outstanding Bike Lane Editorial From the Brooklyn Paper
    • From Before the Rally: Eric McClure Tells Fox 5 Why the New PPW Is So Much Better
    • PPW Opposition: Brooklyn's Answer to the Tea Party (WYDNKBYANM)
    • Also Missed This Bit of Bklyn Bike Lane Humor in L Magazine Earlier This Week
    • Doesn't This Man Realize His Absurd Sign Hurts the Cause of Eliminating Bikeways? (Ink Lake)
    • 28 Days Later, No One Really Cared How Many Parking Spots Were Left on PPW (Naparstek)

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