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    • Q Poll: Liu Up Slightly on Yassky in Comptroller Run-off; Public Advocate a Dead Heat (Post)
    • Transit Saved Tri-State Region 1.7 Billion Gallons of Gas Last Year (MTR)
    • Census: Portland's Bike Commute Mode Share Jumped 50% in 2008 (Bike Portland)
    • Thompson Report Faults NYC Transit for Lagging on Station Repairs (AMNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • TWU Protests at MTA HQ, Blames Bloomberg for Appeal of Arbitration Decision (News)
    • Ratner Sells Nets to Russian Mogul to Make Down Payment on Nets Arena (Post, Bklyn Paper, WNYC)
    • Upper East Side SUV Driver Hits 6-Year-Old on a Scooter, Victim Survives, No Charges Filed (Post)
    • Motocross Noise Takes a Toll in Harlem (Zinc Plate Press)
    • Farmers Market Forced Out By Gateway Center Mall Finally Has a New Spot in Hunts Point (News)
    • Boogiedowner to David Byrne: Forget Brooklyn, Bring That Bike to the Bronx

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