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8:31 AM EST on March 1, 2010

    • Ravitch: Medicaid Spending Crowding Out Infrastructure in NY State Budget (NYT)
    • Silver Asks for Ravitch to Take Over State Budget Negotiations (News)
    • Proposed Cuts to NYC Bus Service Would Affect 200,000 Riders (AMNY)
    • What's Next on the Agenda for Livable Streets and Green Transport in Manhattan? (Post)
    • Ben Kabak: MTA Board Hearings "a Legally Mandated Charade"
    • Neal Peirce on TIGER: About Time State DOTs Competed for Federal Transpo Funds (Citiwire)
    • Port Authority Commits to Cashless Tolls (SI Live, NY1)
    • Ex-Marine Kills Would-Be Car Thief in St. Albans; No Charges Filed (NYT, News, Post)
    • Plaintiffs Have Until Mid-March to Appeal Decision Upholding NYPD Parade Rules (Villager)
    • Yglesias: Transit Is as American as Apple Pie
    • Seinfeld Gets Driven to TV Studio. Yada, Yada, Yada... Cops Investigate His Placard (1010WINS, Post)

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