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8:58 AM EST on December 16, 2010

    • Bailed-Out Auto Companies Would Collapse Without Profits From Gas Guzzlers (NYT)
    • It Won't Take Much to Tip MTA Finances Into Disarray (NY1)
    • Crosswalk Signals on the Fritz Are Sending Peds Mixed Messages (News)
    • Huge LES Parking Lots May Finally Get Developed -- In a Few More Years (NYT)
    • Ride the City Maps Out Data From 20 Months of Online NYC Bike Trip Planning
    • Walking Your Bike on the Sidewalk Is Not a Crime! (EV Grieve)
    • Hey Council Mems: Float a Bill About Parking and You'll Get Press, Guaranteed (Post)
    • Would Any NYC Daily Publish an Editorial Like This? (WaPo)
    • DOT Rolls Out Delivery Zones to Ease Church Ave Double Parking Woes (NY1)
    • When You Search 40 Minutes For Parking, Maybe Driving Is Not the Right Mode (PS Patch)

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