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    • MTA Stresses Efficiency of Revised Austerity Plan; Advos Still See Pain (AMNY, SAS, MTR)
    • Port Authority May Make More Room for Buses in Lincoln Tunnel (WNYC)
    • Safer Biking and Walking on Prospect Park West? Markowitz Sez 'Fuhgeddaboudit' (Bklyn Paper)
    • Only Marty Markowitz Knows How He Got, or Believes He Should Have, Lights and Sirens (Post)
    • Ray Kelly Joins Electeds in Call for Tougher Distracted Driving Penalties (Post)
    • Apple and Yahoo Wade Into Parking App Market (Baltimore Sun, Ubergizmo)
    • The Times Surveys the No Man's Land That Is Hempstead Turnpike
    • Bayside Residents Tie Uptick in Traffic to Queensborough Community College (YourNabe)
    • City Issued Four -- That's Right, Four -- Faulty Car Alarm Citations in 2009 (Post)
    • Is It Harder to Beat a Transit Ticket Than a Moving Violation? (News)
    • Hey NYPD: Think You Can Catch This Guy Before He Kills Someone? (News)
    • Shame-Free Hiram Monserrate Compares Himself to Slain Civil Rights Heroes (News, NY1)

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