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    • 2010 MTA Budget, Balanced on a Pin, Contains No Fare Hikes or Service Cuts (NY1, News, Post)
    • To Create More Jobs, Pass a Jobs Bill That Funds Transit Service (MTR)
    • Paterson Signs Leandra's Law, Requiring Ignition Interlocks After First DWI Offense (NY1)
    • Suburban NY Legislators Plan to Intro Bill Mandating 3-Foot Buffer for Driving Past Cyclists (LoHud)
    • Judge Sentences Killer Truck Driver Auvryn Scarlett to 20 Years-to-Life (News)
    • NY1 Covers East Side BRT Plans, With Pic of New 3-Door MTA Bus
    • Intercity Bus Service: Recession-Proof (Globe)
    • Be on the Alert for Roadify Marketers Prowling the Sidewalk (News)
    • Who Knew? Safe Driving Is One of Bloomberg-the-Philanthropist's Causes (News)
    • What a Campus Full of Bike Riding Students Looks Like to an Aging NYT Pontificator

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