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    • Might an Election-Year Transit Crisis Force Albany to Step Up? (GG)
    • Paterson Officially Seeking New Term, But Straphangers Have Little Cause to Get On Board (NYT, SAS)
    • Despite 2009 Dip, MTA Ridership Remains at Near-Record Levels (SAS, NY1)
    • President Prendergast: Budget Restraints Won't Stop Service, Station Improvements (News)
    • Livable Streets Foe Helen Sears Gunning for Hiram Monserrate's Senate Seat (News, WNYC)
    • TLC Cab-Share Program Launches This Week (Post)
    • Statewide Study Says the Bronx Rates Last in Public Health (Post)
    • City Hall Staffer Left Brain Dead After Brooklyn Hit-and-Run (News, NY1)
    • Driver, 15, Charged With Homicide in Fatal December Crash on Bruckner Expressway (News, Post)
    • NYSDOT Previews What It Will Be Like to Walk and Bike the New Kosciuszko Bridge (City Room)
    • Did Jane Jacobs Ruin New York? (City Room)

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