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    • MTA Out of Money for Anti-Terror Measures on Subways and Buses (NYT, SAS)
    • At a Cost of $66 Per Trip, Access-A-Ride Is an Expensive "Mess" (Fox 5)
    • More Elmhurst Ped Summit: DOT Wants Motorists to Be Safe; NYPD Wants Them Happy (MTR
    • Sanitation Worker Killed by Truck Driver in Queens; No Charges (News, City Room, Post, NY1, WNYC)
    • "Fed Up" Bay Ridge Organizes Against Dangerous Drivers (Post)
    • NYPD Axes Journalism Students From Ride-Along Program (News)
    • Bruce Ratner Nets Another $31M From City for Dean Street Properties (News)
    • New Republic: Viable Transit Service Must Be Considered Part of Employment Equation
    • Cyclists Find Peaceful Streets in the City That Sometimes Sleeps (City Room)
    • Walking: Easy, Healthy, Politically Unpalatable (American Prospect)
    • Tired of Gov't Inaction, Climate Change Victims Look to Courts (NYT)
    • Bob Noorda, Designer Behind Modernist Subway Signage, Dies at 82 (NYT)

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