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9:04 AM EDT on August 11, 2009

    • There's Still a $10B Hole -- At Least! -- in MTA Capital Plan (News, MTR, Post, NY1, AMNY, SAS)
    • NY State Roads and Bridges Need Huge Cash Infusion Too, Says Comptroller (News)
    • Bloomberg: 4 Percent Annual Raise for TWU Is Too Much (News, AMNY)
    • Another Police Chase Turns Deadly for Bystander: Cyclist Killed By Fleeing Perp in LIC (Gothamist)
    • Can We Stop Pretending That "Cash for Clunkers" Is an Environmental Program? (WaPo)
    • Wal-Mart Prowling for an NYC Location Again (Crains)
    • SUV Clubs: "Uplifting Communities" While Seeking Attention in Convoys of Escalades (NYT)
    • The Latest GM Showroom: eBay (NYT)
    • New Web Site Makes It Easy to Share a Cab Ride With a Stranger (Post)
    • What They're Saying About Car-Free Times Square in Toronto (Spacing via

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