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8:05 AM EDT on March 12, 2009

    • As Rescue Stalls, MTA Takes Step Closer to Doomsday Cuts and Fare Hike (News)
    • Will Albany Ever Allow the MTA Blame Game to End? (Post)
    • Carl Kruger's Transit Funding Plan Is Crazy... and Probably Illegal (News, Newsday)
    • No Mayoral Run for Weiner? (City Room, News, Post)
    • News Slams Carrion for Accepting Favors in Exchange for Granting Permits
    • The Bronx DA Is Investigating Former Beep (NYT)
    • Remembering Fallen Cyclist Dan Valle, Killed While Riding Last Month (MTR)
    • Parents Fear for Kids' Safety Crossing Brooklyn's Eighth Ave (Your Nabe)
    • East New York Residents Have City's Longest Commutes (Post)
    • The Allure of Buffalo and Other Rust Belt Cities (Joe Urban via

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