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    • Dan Doctoroff, Would-Be "Moses of the Bloomberg Era," to Resign (NYT)
    • More Ink for Congestion Pricing Experts Brodsky and McCaffrey (Newsday)
    • Decentralized Subway Lines Could Be Revolutionary, Or Not (NYT, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Straphangers Want Fold-Up Seats, Poetry Readings (NYT)
    • Cyclist Hit by Bus Near Times Square; No Charges Expected (AMNY)
    • Walking Tour Ponders Changing Face of Downtown Brooklyn (Bklyn Paper
    • Ambulette Parking Taken Over by City Employees (Bklyn Paper
    • Bloomberg's Car Stolen Again, This Time From East Side Garage (Post)
    • Detroit Backs Loan Bailout-Enhanced CAFE Bill (NYT)
    • Barbara Ehrenreich: Hell Is a Gated Community (AlterNet)

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