Summer 2009

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Table of Contents, Summer 2009 Reclaim Magazine:
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  • [Page 2] Provocateur :
    • The 'E' Word
    [Page 3] Publisher's Letter:
    • Baby Steps and Giant Strides
    [Page 4] Letters
      [Page 5-6] Cycling News
      • Safer Ways to Prospect Park
      • Tackling Bike Share Business
      • Broadway's Multiple Personalities
      • Mileposts
      [Pages 7] Reclaiming the Streets:
      • Survey Says: Pedestrian Paradise
      [Page 8-9] Public Transit:
      • An Interview with Chris Ward
      [Page 10-12] In Focus :
      • A Hard Look in the Mirror
      [Page 13] Enforcement:
      • Who's in Charge of Dangerous Driving
      [Page 14]Streets Renaissance:
      • Guiding Light: DOT Unveils New Specs for NYC Streets
      [Page 15] Loose Threads:
      • 2006: Inaugural NYC Greenway Summit Calls for City Hall Greenway Director
      • 2004: New T.A. Study Shows Midtown X-Walk Barricades Don't Work
      • 2001: DOT Recalcitrance Places Down Brooklyn Traffic Calming Project in Doubt
      [Page 17] Changing Laws :
      • Reforming the Law--Supporting Safer Streets
      • State Puts MTA Back on Track (for now)
      [Page 18-19] Committee Roundup:
        [Page 21] National Spotlight:
          [Page 23] Volunteer Profile: Eric Boucher
          [Page 25] Commuter Profile: Susanne Dunlap
          [Page 26] About T.A.:
          • Your Guide to Summer in the City

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