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9:03 AM EST on February 9, 2009

    • Deal Reached on Stimulus; House-Senate Negotiations Imminent (NYT, HuffPo, News)
    • Where the House and Senate Stim Bills Differ on Transit (Transport Politic via
    • Senate Gives Handout to Auto Industry While Shortchanging Transit (Globe)
    • Blumenauer: Republicans Attack Bike Infrastructure at Their Own Peril (HuffPo)
    • Recovery Plan Should Favor Transit and Mixed-Use Development (Clawback)
    • Komanoff: Congestion Pricing, Free Buses Could Augment Ravitch Plan (Gotham Gazette)
    • Zoning Change Would Foster a More Welcoming Waterfront (News)
    • Family Struck By Cars Twice in East Flatbush (News)
    • DWI Cop Kills Woman and Badly Injures Man in Battery Park City (Post)
    • Man on a Mission to Cover the Globe With Car Charging Stations (NYT)
    • Council Member Wants to Replace Horse-Drawn Carriages With Electric Model Ts (Post)

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