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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on March 29, 2010

    • Ravitch: MTA Finances in State of Despair (Post)
    • TWU Feud With MTA Takes Toll on Bus Riders (News)
    • NYC Region the Only Part of NY State That's Growing (AP)
    • Is There a Real Market for GM's Dressed-Up Segways? (Forbes, Streetsblog SF)
    • BP Likes How Senate Climate Bill Is Shaping Up (WSJ)
    • Brooklyn Greenway Visionaries Feeling Good About First DOT Master Planning Workshop (Bklyn Eagle)
    • NYPD Officer Dies in One-Car Crash on Suburban Route 9 (News)
    • Pols Demand That MTA Document All Requests From Pols; Now You Can Read All About It (City Room)
    • 60 Minutes Tosses Softballs to Nets Owner and Ratner Enabler Mikhail Prokhorov (No Land Grab)
    • Placard Reform 2.0? Mexico City's Monthly Bike Commutes for Govt Employees (CSM via @Spokesnyt)

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