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9:10 AM EDT on March 20, 2009

    • There's a $700 Million Hole in Senate Dems' MTA Funding Plan (NYT)
    • Smith Heads to DC to Meet With Obama and Biden, Puts MTA Action on Hold (Politicker, News)
    • NYers Demand Action From State Senate to Save Transit (News)
    • Bklyn Paper: No Rescue for Transit Without 'Top-to-Bottom' MTA Reform
    • White House Expands Automaker Bailout With $5B for Parts Suppliers (NYT)
    • NYMTC: Region Has $50B in Transpo Infrastructure Needs, and $5B to Pay for It All (NY1)
    • Where to Find New York's Potential Stim Projects Online (MTR)
    • Open Left Diarist Breaks Down the New HUD-DOT Partnership
    • City Rezoning Webster Ave in the Bronx for Housing and Retail (Norwood News)
    • Broken Sidewalk Compares Ped Crossings in Seattle, England, and Louisville (via

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