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9:06 AM EST on January 14, 2010

    • Times Has More on Obama Admin's Sustainable Transpo Initiative
    • Say It Ain't So, Pedro: Cuomo Filing Alleges Espada Fraud, Graft (NYT, Post, News, NY1)
    • Paterson Promises Veto of Weak Albany Ethics Package (NYT, Crain's)
    • Markowitz Unashamed of Using Lights and Sirens En Route to Press Conference (Post, Daily Politics)
    • NYPD Set Record for Civilian Complaints Last Year (WNYC)
    • MTA Hire Will Oversee New MetroCard Transition; D-Day Jostling Continues (Post)
    • New Council Mem, Weiner Award Hopeful Steve Levin Trots Out "Transparency" Nugget (NY1)
    • Senate Wannabe Harold Ford Prefers Copters and Cabs, Says Subway Will Do in a Pinch (Kos)
    • How Tired Is Woodhaven of Out-of-State Parking Parasites? Check Out This Pic (News)
    • New York, Connecticut Picked for Fed-Supported DWD Enforcement Study (WNYC)
    • Safety Guru Leonard Evans: Distracting Auto Tech "Worse Than a Six-Pack in the Front Seat" (AOL)

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