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7:31 AM PDT on July 22, 2008

    • What's Scarier?  Biking on the Freeway or Crossing the Street? (Times
    • Four Hurt After Driver Runs Red Light (Daily News
    • Congestion Pricing Faces Two Hurdles This Week (Bottleneck Blog
    • Crosswalk Crackdown on Speeding Cars (Palm Beach Post
    • Ask for Bike/Ped Funding Now (CICLE
    • Some Chicago Trains to Go Seatless During Rush Hours (Tribune via Planetizen)
    • Ford Shifts to Producing Smaller Cars (NYT)

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