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    • Earthworm Churns Through First Phase of 7 Line Extension; Second Ave Sagas Not Impressed
    • Cap'n Transit: Let's Reroute Road-Building Funds Toward MTA Operating Gap (via SAS)
    • Gene Russianoff Picks the Best and Worst Transit Developments of 2009 (HuffPo)
    • Along With Armory, Council Overrides Bloomberg on Parking "Grace Period," Clergy Placards (WNYC)
    • Rule of Two? Unlicensed, Red Light-Running Truck Driver Not Charged for Midtown Ped Death (News)
    • Staten Island Drunk Driver First to Be Sentenced Under Leandra's Law (Post)
    • New Jersey's New "Complete Streets" Policy Fraught With Holes (MTR)
    • Times Delves Into the Deadly Hazards of Road Construction Zones -- for Drivers
    • Steve Cuozzo Running on Fumes: Gridlock-Free Times Square Repelling Skyscraper Tenants
    • Part of Brooklyn Bridge Park Will Open Next Month (WNYC)
    • Bronx Retiree: The New York Yankees Have Ruined My Neighborhood (Bleacher Report)

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