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8:54 AM EST on February 26, 2010

    • Prendergast Briefs City Council: Planned Service Cuts Worst in 35 Years (AMNY, WNYC)
    • Walder Won't Rule Out Fare Hike (NYT, SAS)
    • Pricing Foe David Weprin, Crisis-Denier Toby Stavisky Decry Bus Cuts (Post)
    • Rockaway Dem District Leader Vows Civil Disobedience Over Cross Bay Bridge Toll (Post)
    • Ben Kabak Looks at Pros and Cons of One-Operator Trains
    • Suspect in Phelan-Guerrero Hit-and-Run Holds Press Conference (News, NY1)
    • Letitia James, BID Want DOT to Calm Deadly Flatbush Avenue (YourNabe)
    • Snow Storm Puts Taxi-Sharing Program on Hold (NY1)
    • Six-Month Roosevelt Island Tram Shutdown Set to Begin March 1 (Voice)
    • New Police Chief Takes a Meeting With LA Cyclists (Streetsblog LA)
    • Gavin Newsom Announces a Dozen New Public Plazas for This Year (Streetsblog SF)
    • Amman, Jordan Fostering Citizenship One Sidewalk at a Time (NYT)

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