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    • Rest Easy, New York: Commercial Cyclist Regulations Are Now Law (TransNat)
    • Lhota Talks Fare Hikes, Ronald Reagan and Road Pricing With Brian Lehrer (TransNatCapNY, News)
    • WSJ Restaurant Writer: The Subway Stinks So Why Should I Pay More?
    • Assembly Transpo Chair John Wisniewski Subpoenas Port Authority Execs Over Tolls (TransNat)
    • City Council Committee Approves Plan to Build on Top of Chelsea Market (DNA, News)
    • Business Ticketed for Garbage That Man Tripped Over Before He Was Killed by Garbage Truck (WAWS)
    • Prior Misconduct by NYPD Witnesses May Taint Kevin Spellman Testimony (R'dale Press 12)
    • Pedro Espada's Legacy of Corruption Could Live On Through Eponymous Bill (Post)
    • "American Dream" Developer Triple Five Has No Plans to Pay for Mega-Mall Transit (MTR)
    • DiNapoli: Childhood Obesity Epidemic Will Cost New York Big-Time as Kids Age (Gothamist)
    • Bike Portland's Jonathan Maus on NYC Livable Streets: Believe the Hype

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Streetsblog is holding our annual editors' meeting in NYC today and will be on a slightly irregular publishing schedule. We will be bringing you more highlights from NACTO's "Designing Cities" conference, including today's roundtable with transportation chiefs from six major American cities, so stay tuned.

We hope to see you at the Streetsblog and Streetfilms annual benefit, starting at 7:00 tonight at WNYC's The Greene Space. Tickets are available online or at the door.

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