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    • DMI on Transit Options: Fare Can Jump to $2.60, or We Can Pass Congestion Pricing (News 1, 2)
    • 17 New York City Pedestrians Killed in "Accidents" in First 27 Days of 2010 (NYT)
    • NYC Transit Testing Out Low-Cost Subway Arrival Displays That Could Go Systemwide (News)
    • Council Transpo Chair Jimmy Vacca High on Ferry Service for NYC (AMNY)
    • Feds Dropping Hundreds of Millions on Electric Car Infrastructure for Urban Centers (NYT)
    • Curbside Parking in Jackson Heights: Way Too Cheap (News)
    • Parking Lot Next to Flushing LIRR Station to Be Replaced With Housing, Parking (Queens Chron)
    • Private Bus Operator Doesn't Appreciate the Congestion-Busting Effect of MTA Rail (City Room)
    • MTA Offices Hampered By Windows XP (AMNY)
    • The Lake Wobegon Effect: Why We Need Texting-While-Driving Bans With Teeth (Cyclelicious)

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