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8:51 AM EST on February 7, 2008

    • Tow Truck Driver Says He Gets Harassed for Taking Cops' Cars (News)
    • Subway Ridership Reaches Highest Level Since 1951 (News, Post, Metro)
    • What the Next Prez Could Do to Reduce Congestion (LAT via Planetizen)
    • MTA to Select Hudson Yards Developer By April 1st (TRE)
    • Sander Grades Subway Security a 'B' (News)
    • Tish James: Connect G Train to Other Lines (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Free of Sex Shops, Eighth Avenue Looks to Add Local Retail (NYT)
    • NYT Endorses Related's Pitch for Pier 40
    • State Gives City $2.75M Transit Grant (AM)
    • Governor Rell Plans to Split CT DOT In Two (Courant)

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