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    • Albany Expected to Come Up Short for Transit Riders Again Next Year (News)
    • Bloomberg: Attaching My Name Would Be Kiss of Death for Pricing Revival (Observer)
    • Pedro Espada Could've Made Valid Point About MTA Real Estate Assets, But Didn't (SAS)
    • Enviro Review Requirement Blocks Stim Investment in Northeast Corridor (Globe)
    • Snow Puts a Damper on Auto-Dependent Retail as Shoppers Fill City Stores (NYT, City Room, News)
    • DC Cop Flashes Gun When His Hummer Is Hit by Snowballs (City Paper)
    • Man Commandeers City Parking Lot, Opens It to Motorists (City Room)
    • Bedford Ave Lane Cost More to Destroy Than Install; Protest Pushes Safety, Not Skin (Gothamist 1, 2)
    • Fulton Street in Fort Greene to Get Summer Streets Treatment in 2010 (The Local)
    • Throgs Neck Bridge Rehab May Have Contaminated Little Bay (News)
    • Latest Hope for Keeping Americans Hooked on Driving: 90 Years' Worth of Natural Gas (AP)

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