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9:11 AM EST on February 25, 2011

    • Limited-Scale Parking Meter Privatization Advances; City Would Keep Right to Set Rates (WSJPost)
    • Stringer Praises Bus Rapid Transit But Urges DOT to Slow Down on 34th Street (Fox)
    • In Dueling Brad Lander and Louise Hainline Op-Eds on PPW, Only One Depends on Scare Quotes
    • Yassky and Goldsmith: Fares in New Street Hail System Will Equal Yellow Cab Fares (News)
    • Nowhere Is Safe! CBS 2's Shallow Anti-Bike Fearmongering Crosses The Hudson
    • Port Authority Accepts "Simply Unacceptable" $3.44 Billion Price Tag for WTC Transit Hub (NYT)
    • TLC Hopes to Crack Down on Cabbies Who Refuse Certain Destinations (Post)
    • How Many Customers Could Possibly Be Driving to Foley's Bar in Midtown? (DNAinfo)
    • Lighting on Qboro Bridge Bike/Ped Path Insufficient And Unsafe, Says NY1
    • Forget All This Safety for Biking and Walking, Lets Build a Garage in Prospect Park (HuffPo)

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