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9:12 AM EST on January 29, 2010

    • Suburban Reps Want to Trade Transit-Funding Payroll Tax for One-Time Stim Allocation (MTR)
    • San Francisco Crisis May Bring 10 Percent Cut in Muni Service -- for Starters (Streetsblog SF)
    • Meanwhile, It's Full Steam Ahead for Headline-Grabbing High Speed Rail (WSJ)
    • Insert Cartoon Joke Here: Albany Line Loses Out to Disney Express; CT Nets $40M (WNYC, MTR)
    • Bloomberg Budget Includes Truck Parking Hike, Job Cuts for NYPD, DOH (NYT, Post, City Room)
    • Officer's Fear for Job, Life Leaves Doctors Free to Park With Impunity (Ink Lake)
    • Governors Island, Brooklyn Bridge Park Projects Stalled by City-State Stalemate (Post)
    • Staten Islanders, Sen. Diane Savino Balk at Express Route Cuts (NY1)
    • Widow of 5 Train Victim Wants to Know What Happened (City Room)
    • Dear Sec. LaHood: Wouldn't a National Traffic Hotline Lead to More Distracted Driving? (Directions)

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