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8:59 AM EDT on October 27, 2009

    • Walder: Better to Downsize MTA Projects Than Break the Bank on Cost Overruns (Post)
    • CA Poised to Enact Enviro Rules That Don't Discriminate Against Green Transpo (Streetsblog SF)
    • Fed Transit Chief: "We Want to Be Funding Streetcars in a More Robust Way" (Green Inc)
    • NYPD Thinks Its Cell-Phone Stings Are Deterring Distracted Driving (City Room)
    • Vans Collide in St. Albans, Killing 15-Year-Old Passenger (News, NY1)
    • Police Sergeant Indicted for Vehicular Assault in Manhattan; He Was Drunk, Says Morgy (NYT)
    • Subway Delays Surged this Summer (Post)
    • MTA Smooths Out the Ride on Hybrid Buses (AMNY)
    • Kingsbridge Parking Lot Sits Unused: The Tragedy (News)
    • Police, Parks Dept Seize 13 Pedicabs in Central Park; Reasons Unknown (Post)

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