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    • Brodsky's Prediction: State and City Will Step Up and Pay for Student MetroCards (Post, AMNY)
    • Bus Lane Enforcement Cams Can Get Through Albany, Says MTA Chair (NY1)
    • EPA Proposes Strengthening Bush Admin Smog Standards (NYT)
    • Quinn Puts Recchia Atop Finance Committee; Queens Rep Comrie Expected to Get Land Use (Post)
    • Drivers Bypassing Queens Traffic Sewers Wreak Havoc on Residential Streets (Queens Chron)
    • Kids' Lives at Risk From Constant Stream of Wrong-Way Traffic Near Bronx School (NY1)
    • Astoria Residents Want Calmer Traffic on 21st Ave (Queens Chron)
    • Street Safety on Margaret Chin's Agenda as She Begins City Council Tenure (Downtown Express)
    • Teacher Fighting for Life After Pill-Popping Model Blacked Out Behind the Wheel (News)
    • Fantastic Video: Snowy January Biking in Copenhagen (Copenhagenize)

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