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9:06 AM EDT on April 16, 2009

    • Ravitch Proposes Revised MTA Rescue Plan, Including Some Toll Exemptions (News, NY1, Post)
    • Fare Hike Four Obstinate as Ever (NYT)
    • Which Senate Republicans Might Flip? (Politicker)
    • A Two-Way Protected Bike Path for Prospect Park West? DOT Presents to CB6 Tonight (Bklyn Paper)
    • Drunk Driver Victim Dies After Ambulance Collides With Car En Route to Hospital (Post)
    • MTR on Astrid Glynn's Unfinished Reforms at State DOT
    • NYT Style Section Says Dutch Bikes Are Where It's At
    • Open Shuttered Subway Entrances on Flatbush Ave, Brooklynites Tell MTA (Bklyn Paper)
    • DC-Area Planners Propose Regional BRT Network (GGW)
    • What's an 'Idaho Stop' for Cyclists, Legally Speaking? (Cyclelicous via

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