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7:53 AM PDT on September 3, 2009

    • Shared Streets, Big City: In Experiment, London Will Shut Down Traffic Lights (Wheels)
    • Gov. Gives HSR P.R. Contract to Connected Firm (Times)
    • The Penalty for Hitting a Pedestrian Than Kidnapping Her?  Five Years (CBS)
    • One Year Later: Is Metrolink Safer? (VC Reporter)
    • NPR Considers the Benefits of Multi-Modal Transit Networks
    • Poll Shows Krekorian, Galatzan Heading Towards Runoff (Daily News)
    • Duarte Handyman Killed While Biking (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Killing the Myth That Only Highway Projects Are Shovel Ready (DC Streetsblog)
    • Cleveland Transit Fares Rise for Second Time in Less Than a Year (Plain Dealer)

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