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8:46 AM EST on January 5, 2010

    • Rumors Intensify That Quinn May Hand Transpo Committee to Jimmy Vacca (News)
    • Decking Over the BQE? City Has More Modest Plans to Green Highway Trench (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Albany Fails to Keep Non-Voting Rider Advocates on MTA Board (News)
    • Big Rig Driver Hits and Kills Man Outside Grand Central, Never Noticed the Victim (Post)
    • "Officer" Pedro Espada Caught Parking in Front of a Hydrant (BoogieDowner, Post)
    • State Sen. Toby Stavisky Just Doesn't Believe MTA's Dire Financial Situation (Queens Chron)
    • Ben Kabak Debunks the Revisionist Transit History of Rep. Aileen Gunther (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • More on Sunday's Memorial Walk and Ride (NY1)
    • The Staggeringly Sad State of American High-Speed Rail (NYT)
    • Are Wal-Mart Parking Lots the Most Violent Places in America? (HuffPo)

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