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8:53 AM EST on February 1, 2010

    • Russianoff, Quinn: MTA Needs to Use Stim Funds to Maintain Service (News)
    • Meanwhile, Stim Cash for MTA Mega-Projects Barely Trickling Out (WNYC)
    • Driver, Chased By Cops, Kills Documentary Editor Karen Schmeer on UWS (NYT, ATWT)
    • Elmhurst Ped Summit: Docs, Not NYPD, Doing the Detective Work on Injury Data (Queens Chron)
    • Brooklyn CB18 Accepts Congestion as Fact of Life, Asks for Ped Bridge Over Flatbush Ave (Post)
    • Carmakers Try to Make Crashes Less Deadly: The Sordid Details (TreeHugger)
    • Electric Bikes an $11 Billion Global Industry (NYT)
    • Retailers Finally Arrive at St. George Ferry Terminal, But No Mom-and-Pops (NY1)
    • Ashford UK's Award-Winning Shared Space, One Year On (How We Drive)
    • One More Reason Idling Is a Bad Idea, Especially If You Drive a Patrol Car (News)

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