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9:16 AM EDT on October 7, 2009

    • City Rolls Out Data Apps Competition. Whither MTA? (Crain's, Bits)
    • Walder Likens Bus Lane Blockage to Parking on a Train Track (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • City Data on Ped-Cyclist Crashes Incomplete, and What's There Doesn't Look Good (MTR)
    • Grand Jury Begins Investigation of NYPD Pedestrian Killing (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Post, Officials, Saw Only One Participant in Pedicab-Yellow Cab Brawl. Guess Who.
    • In Many Districts, Primary Runoff Failed to Draw a Single Voter (NYT)
    • Pedro Espada a Model of the American Dream, Says Pedro Espada (NY1)
    • Bus Depot Fuel Spills Will Contaminate for Decades (AMNY)
    • New Book Explores Why Americans Hate, and Love, Transit (Planetizen)
    • It's New York vs. Portland in Battle of the Greenest (Oregonian)

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