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    • MTA Tells Judge It Can't Afford TWU Contract (News)
    • Lots of Transpo Talk in Second Thompson-Avella Debate (NYT)
    • Ratner Shows Off a New Fig Leaf for Atlantic Yards (Post, NewsNYT, Bklyn Paper, WNYC)
    • Bike Snob Guides NPR Through the World of NYC Bike Commuting; Cameo By JSK
    • The Bike-Fashion Nexus: Overkill? (NYT)
    • TOD: Way More Efficient and Economically Stimulating Than Car-Oriented Development (Reuters)
    • Please, Let's Not Build a Multi-Level Garage to Handle U.S. Open Parking During Mets Games (News)
    • Drunk Driver Who Killed Two Queens Women Sentenced to Minimum of 3.5 Years (Post, News)
    • Columbus Circle Station Gets a Lot More Color (City Room, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • New Metros Debut in Dubai and Sofia (TOW via

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