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    • LaHood Sez Txtng Whil Drvng Mtng Is "Most Important Meeting in the History of U.S. DOT" (NYT)
    • S.I.'s Top Cop Vows to Tame Traffic Mayhem Around Schools (Advance)
    • A New Low for New York City Cabbies (NYT Letters)
    • 150 More Subway Stations Move Into the 21st Century... by the End of 2010 (NYT)
    • In Downtown Brooklyn, a Plan to Get Cop Cars Off the Sidewalk (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Auto Sales Plummet as Cash-for-Clunkers Program Ends (NYT)
    • Bloomberg Unveils "Connected Cities" Initiative (News)
    • NY1 Nixes Bobby Cuza's "In Transit." Should We Hire Bobby? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • [Cue Twilight Zone Music] The "Future of Public Transport" Includes Zeppelins (Gothamist)
    • MTA Awards Final $700M Contract for the East Side Access Project (2nd Ave Sagas)

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