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9:32 AM PST on January 18, 2008

Presidential Candidates on Public Transit (MtR)

MTA Gets Closer to Installing Turnstiles (KNBC)

City Handing Out Free Bike Seats, Car Helmets (Daily News)

Ports Consider Rail Fee (Press Enterprise)

Street Fight (Pico/Olympic) (Jewish Journal)

New Yorkers Back Congestion Pricing (if Funds Go to Transit) (Press Release)

Bush, US Bow to 'Petro-Islam' (Newsweek)

China Getting Dangerous for Pedestrians and Cyclists (TSC via Planetizen)

San Pedro Waterfront Redevelopment Gets Green Light (Daily Breeze)

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