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    • Cowardly Senate Dems Stick to Script, Bash MTA for "Scaring People" About Service Cuts (AMNY)
    • Carl Kruger on Transit Funding Debacle: MTA's Fault (SAS, Politicker)
    • Michael Daly on Bedford Bike Lane Removal: Shameful Political Deal Puts Lives at Risk (News)
    • City Hall Doesn't Deny That Bike Lane Erasure Was All About Votes (WNYC)
    • Brooklyn Climate Activists to Confront Bloomberg in Copenhagen About Bike Lane Hypocrisy (Post)
    • There's Nothing Kosher About Making Bedford Avenue More Dangerous (Slow Bike Miami)
    • Brian Lehrer Talks Stimulus, Infrastructure and Jobs (WNYC)
    • NJ Transit Approves First Contract for ARC Tunnel (City Room)
    • Mud on the Tracks: Leaf Residue Slows Trains; Riders Don't Appreciate the Info (NYT)
    • NYC Transit Working Out Some Kinks With One of Its Hybrid Bus Suppliers (AMNY)
    • Live Near a Highway? You Could Be at Higher Risk of Developing Cancer (IV Daily Bulletin)

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