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9:08 AM EDT on April 7, 2010

    • Thanks to Shell-Game Budgeting, Depth of State Fiscal Morass Impossible to Pinpoint (City Room)
    • Assembly More Amenable to Supporting Gambling Than Transit (News)
    • West Side 7 Extension Costs Heading Over Budget; Brodsky: Fuhgeddaboudit (News)
    • Elderly Woman Hit by City Bus Driver at 57th and First Avenue (NY1)
    • Bronx Man Walking His Bike Killed by Curb-Jumping SUV Driver (Bx News)
    • New Bike Lanes Coming for Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge Approaches (B'stoner, Post)
    • Merchants Succeed in Cutting Williamsburg Walks to One Weekend; Bklyn Paper Readers Not Happy
    • CBS 2's Marcia Kramer Predictably Hysterical Over Ped Plazas; See NY1 for Reality-Based Report
    • Public Meetings for High Bridge Restoration Planned Later This Month (Manhattan Times)
    • London's First Big Road Project in 100 Years Will Be Off-Limits to Private Cars (LES)
    • Latest in Daily News Series Hints at Pricing Solution for Queens Parking "Crunch"

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