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    • Taxpayer Tab for Subsidizing Cars = $100 Billion Per Year (Slate)
    • Officer Pogan's Version of Events: Cyclist Took Down Cop (Smoking Gun)
    • Why Are Cyclists Singled Out for Criticism? (Switchboard)
    • Seattle Cyclist Calls Critical Mass Counterproductive (News)
    • NYPD Wants Your Videos of Police Misconduct (Post)
    • Evaluating Governor Paterson's Performance on Transit (Newsday)
    • Bloomberg: Privatizing Subways Is a Bad Idea (Sun)
    • 7 Train Still Jam-Packed Down the Line, Despite Added Service (AMNY)
    • G Train Is the Line That Breaks Down Most Frequently (Brooklyn Paper)
    • MTA, Port Authority Looking to Replace Toll Booths With Automated Scans (NY1)

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