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9:14 AM EST on January 7, 2011

    • Vacca Names Quinn and Reyna as Allies Against Sensible Parking Meter Rates (News)
    • Death of Rabbi Mosha Adler Doesn't Slow Attacks on Boro Park Pedestrian Islands (CBS2)
    • The Brooklyn Bike Crackdown: Not Just One Precinct and Not Temporary (Post)
    • Astor Place Plan Will Return Street Space to Pedestrians; Some Worry About "Hooligans" (DNAinfo)
    • Christie Wants Port Authority Bailout and Debt, Not Gas Tax, to Pay For New Jersey's Roads (NYT, WSJ)
    • The Guardian Profiles JSK -- "Latter-Day Robin Hood" of NYC Streets
    • Push for Park Ave. Rezoning Brings Opportunity for TOD Around Metro-North Station (DNAinfo)
    • City Council Furious Over Subway Inspection Fraud (News)
    • Green Median Arrives on Ozone Park's Conduit Avenue (News)
    • Brooklyn Street Flips Direction to Help Taxis Access Upscale Hotels (Bklyn Paper)
    • Don't Let Anti-Bike Cranks Slow NYC's Progress on Creating Safer, More Sustainable Streets (Villager)

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