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8:57 AM EST on February 5, 2010

    • Cy Vance Won't Charge Former Top Cop Howard Safir for Leaving the Scene (News, City Room)
    • Post Pins Blame for MTA Budget Woes on "Bean Counters," Not Legislators
    • Use Stim Funds to Pay for Transit Service? MTA Still Opposed Despite Horrific Deficit... (NY1)
    • ...And Even Though Stim Cash for Mega-Projects Isn't Creating Many Jobs (SAS)
    • New Coalition Tells Congress to Increase Federal Support for Transit Service (MTR)
    • Boston, Minneapolis Set to Launch Bike-Share Systems in a Few Months (NPR)
    • Bloomberg Equates Carrying a Gun With Driving -- If You're Drunk (Bronx News)
    • State Controller Auditing MTA Overtime Pay (News)
    • Winner of NYC BigApps Competition Lets You Find Nearest Subway on Your Mobile Phone (News)
    • Prius Owners Shell-Shocked By Safety Flaws... Imagine If They Heard Transit Is Safer, Greener (NYT)

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