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9:14 AM EDT on October 6, 2009

    • Walder to Release MTA "Plan of Action" Within First 100 Days (News)
    • Chances Are It Won't Include Free Crosstown Buses (Post)
    • MTA Spent $1.2M in Outside Legal Fees for TWU Arbitration (Post)
    • Schumer, Gillibrand Issue Tepid Obligatory Endorsements of Bill Thompson (NY1)
    • Friends Memorialize James Langergaard With Queens Blvd. Ghost Bike (News)
    • Fleeing the Scene Pays for Drunken California Drivers (BikingInLA via
    • Pedicab, Yellow Cab Drivers Come to Blows in Midtown (Post)
    • Dormant for Decades, 19th Century Hudson River Bridge Opens to Pedestrians (NYT)
    • Boston Globe Warns of Pod People Invasion (via Planetizen)
    • Jay Leno Makes Fellow Celebs, Viewers Feel Good About Driving Fast (Wheels)

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