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    • Sadik-Khan: NYC Travel Patterns Challenge Albany to Resolve the Problem of Transit Funding (NYT)
    • Gale Brewer Backs Away From Car-Free Prospect Park Proposal (Bklyn Star)
    • Markowitz Logic: DOT Runs Roughshod Over Communities By Heeding Community Board Votes (L Mag)
    • Connecticut Budget Deal Raises Many Taxes, But Not the One on Motor Vehicle Fuel (NYT)
    • High-Profile Crashes Haven't Made a Dent in Intercity Bus Ridership (Transpo Nation)
    • Turkish Bid to Build "Taxi of Tomorrow" Looking Like More of a Longshot (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cap'n Transit: More Transit Spending Isn't Necessarily Better for Transit
    • Chrysler Is Building the Dream Vehicle for 34th Street NIMBYs (The Onion)
    • Cop: Stoned Chris Simms Was Speeding Down Houston Street Before Traffic Stop (News)
    • Congrats to TSTC on Some Well-Deserved Recognition From the EPA (MTR)

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