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9:03 AM EDT on April 28, 2011

    • Most Placards Are Being Used Illegally ... (NYT, Transpo Nation)
    • ... So Will Special Privilege-Scorning Bloomberg Take Them On Again? (NYT)
    • Bloomberg's Back-Up Taxi Plan: Create New Yellow Cabs Barred From Manhattan Pick-Ups (NYT)
    • Taxi Drivers Explain Economics of Fare Refusals (WNYC)
    • Avella and Stavisky Blast Bonacic Bridge Toll Plan as Middle Class Tax (CapTon)
    • Lander Bill to Ease Alternate Side Parking on Clean Streets Likely to Pass (WSJ)
    • If You Think the Bikelash Is Bad, Remember When the New Vehicle Actually Killed (NY Press)
    • Bike Maintenance: It's A Good Thing (Martha Stewart)
    • Complete Streets Report Ranks DOT Strategic Plan Tops, Street Design Manual Third (MTR)
    • Markowitz Compares Bike Lane Fans to Great Leap Forward Maoists, False Prophets (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Hoboken Wins Walk-Friendly Community Award for Recent Safety Initiatives (

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