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8:48 AM EST on January 6, 2010

    • Two Pedestrians and One Cyclist Killed on NYC Streets Yesterday (News, Post, Gothamist)
    • Christine Quinn: City Has Responsibility to Fund Student MetroCards (News)
    • Congestion Pricing Foe Peter Vallone: City Officials Have "No Control" Over MTA Cuts (News)
    • Upset About Parking Enforcement? Vallone Is Hard at Work For You (Your Nabe)
    • Bill Thompson Throws Hat in the Ring for 2013 Mayoral Race (NYT, News)
    • Bklyn Paper: New LIRR Terminal "a Monument to Fear and Paranoia"
    • MTA CFO Gary Dellaverson Calls It Quits (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • The Post Is All Over Placard-Abusing Judge A. Kirke Bartley
    • SUV-Driving Bucks County Principal Critically Injures HS Sophomore Walking to School (Inquirer)
    • The World Bank Says It Will Invest in Urbanism (Citiwire)

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