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    • The Feds Are Running Out of Money to Invest in Transportation, Again (NYT, WSJ)
    • Mike Lupica Thinks Pedestrian Broadway Is Just a Bloomberg Vanity Project (News)
    • NYers, Tourists Can't Get Enough of the Times Square Chair Scene (NYT)
    • Where Should BRT Roll Out in Queens? (News)
    • Bronx Student Is Dead After Being Struck By Hit-and-Run Driver and Drunk Driver (News)
    • There's a Push in Congress to Make Stimulus Funds Available for Transit Service (Yglesias)
    • Groundbreaking on ARC Tunnel Happening Today (NYT, WNYC)
    • Brooklyn Man Spends Night in the Tombs for Biking on Sidewalk (Gothamist)
    • A Sad Tale of NYC Bus System Dysfunction (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Work Rules Let Some LIRR Maintenance Staff Collect Huge Overtime Payments (Post)
    • Is There Anything 'Urban' About These 3-Car Garage Monster Homes Coming to the Bronx? (NYT)

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