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8:37 AM EDT on August 17, 2011

    • PPW Ruling: Safe Streets Win, NBBL Vanquished in Court (NYT, Observer, DP, WSJ)
    • Jen Chung: "This Is a Defeat for Bike Lane-Hating Borough President Marty Markowitz" (Gothamist)
    • And the Award for Outstanding PPW Twitter Performance Goes to Adam Sternbergh
    • Now That the Bill Is Due on Infrastructure, Port Authority's Public Rep Taking a Hit (Post, NY1)
    • Daily News: $4 Port Authority Toll Hike Is Too Much
    • Mitchell Moss: $4 More in Tolls Is What Motorists Should Pay for Their Bridges, Tunnels, and Roads
    • The Daily News Opinion Page Has No Problem Citing Polls That Bolster Their Preconceptions
    • Whoever Wins Anthony Weiner's Seat Won't Be Any More Enlightened on Transit Policy (Politicker)
    • Brad Lander Calls for Task Force to Figure Out Where E-Bikes Fit on NYC Streets (NY1)
    • Cap'n Transit Lays Out a Path Toward MTA Profitability
    • Watch the Bike Hate Steam Out of Bill Bramhall's Ears (News)

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