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9:15 AM EDT on April 3, 2009

    • Paterson Pledges to Avert MTA Doomsday (Post, NY1)
    • Bronx Pols Espada, Diaz, Sr., and Rivera Don't Care Much About Transit Riders (Norwood News)
    • State Senate's Intransigence Is Putting B23 Riders at Risk (WNYC)
    • City Council Approves Major Rezoning of West Side Rail Yards (Post)
    • Coney Island Boardwalk Will Only Get Partial Repair With Stim Funds (News)
    • Here's a Statewide List of Ped-Bike Projects Receiving Stimulus Cash (AP)
    • North Brooklyn Park Delayed as MTA Frets Over Parking Lot Site (Bklyn Paper)
    • Experts Debate: Is High-Speed Rail Worth It? (Planetizen)
    • NYT Travel Section Gives Portland Bike Scene Some Love
    • Downtown STL Saddled With Another Crappy Plaza (Urban Review STL via

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