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9:03 AM EST on February 2, 2009

    • Schumer Pushing for $5 Billion More for Transit in Senate Stim Bill (NYT)
    • Drunk Driver Kills Two in Middle Village (News, NYT, Post)
    • Driver Jumps Curb in Bed-Stuy, Injures Two Kids (News, News)
    • Dinowitz Ridicules MTA as Constituents Face Loss of Bx34 (NYT)
    • Vélib, World's Largest Bike-Share System, Expands to Paris Suburbs (Bike-Share Blog)
    • Car Makers Use Taxpayer Money to Fund Fight Against Emissions Standards (New Yorker via Grist)
    • Traffic Congestion Takes a Toll on Married Women (Ryan Avent)
    • What U.S. DOT Programs Should Be Cut? (National Journal via
    • New Flooring Could Make Subway Stations Cleaner, Cheaper to Maintain (News)
    • Straphangers Take in an Evening of Underground Theater (NYT)

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