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    • DOT Report: Driving Flat in 2010, Transit Falls Slightly, Cycling Up 13 Percent (Transpo Nation)
    • More From DOT: Street Designs Haven't Snarled Traffic, Most Take Transit or Walk to Retail Centers (WSJ)
    • Fixing Isn't Just for Parking Tickets: Cops Voided DWI For Bronx Assistant DA (NewsPost)
    • Bloomberg Walks Back Criticism of NYPD's Special Treatment For P Diddy (CBS)
    • If Post Readers Want Truth on Cycling, They Should Turn to Letters to the Editor (Post)
    • TLC Cracks Down On Illegal Street Hails to Prep Deregulation (Crain's)
    • Bloomberg Backs City Council's Proposed Alt Side Parking Rules Change (News)
    • NJ Loses Appeal, Owes Feds Full $271M For ARC Tunnel (MTR)
    • Should Purported Fiscal Hawk Chris Christie Keep on Throwing Money at Xanadu Mall Boondoggle? (NYT)
    • City Schools Begin to Add Cycling to Gym Class (City Room)
    • Cyclists Feel Extra Need For Annual Blessing of the Bikes This Year (DNAinfo)

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