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    • NYers React to Looming Transit Cutbacks (NYT 1, 2, News 1, 2, Post 1, 2)
    • Walder Hints at Layoffs; Incoming TWU Prez Balks (News)
    • Paterson: Public Distrusts MTA Because It Isn't "Profitable" (Daily Politics)
    • Use Capital Funds to Bolster Operating Budget? Reasonable People Disagree (GG)
    • Cabbies Cry Foul as TLC Approves New Distracted Driving Rules (NYT, NY1, News)
    • Bloomberg Accepts Council Rejection of Kingsbridge Armory Mall, Then Vetoes It (WNYC, Post)
    • $20M Stimulus Allocation to Bronx Hospital Results in More Parking, Fewer Jobs (News)
    • Missing Sign Sows Parking Chaos in Prospect Heights; Don't Miss the Bklyn Paper URL
    • Brooklyn Motorists Show Flagrant Regard for Maple Street Bike Lane (Gothamist)
    • Markowitz $250K Parking Lot Slip-and-Fall Settlement Raises Eyebrows (News)
    • Walkable Development: The Most Direct Route to Curbing Auto Emissions (Globe)

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