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    • Michael Daly: Move Over Jersey; New York Is the New Cesspool of Political Corruption
    • MTA Offers $20K Payoffs to Trim Payroll (News)
    • Do Proposed NJ Transit Cuts Adhere to Civil Rights Laws? TSTC Investigates (MTR)
    • Upper East Side Intersections Lead City in Bus Crashes (Post)
    • Straphangers Finds Subway Service Announcements Improved, But Still Lacking (News, Post)
    • More Fun With GPS Data: East Village Tops Inwood in Yellow Cab Hails 554,000 to 860 (NYT)
    • David Yassky Takes Reins at TLC (City Room); Steve Cuozzo Will Be Watching
    • DOE Nets 1,000 New Teacher Placards Despite Dramatic Drop in Overall Issues (AMNY
    • Times Profile Puts Parking Tickets at the Center of Bronx Merchants' Struggle
    • Gridlock Sam on Avoiding Traffic Citations: Know the Law, and Follow It (News)

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