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9:12 AM EDT on April 20, 2010

    • Without Transit Riders, Peds and Cyclists, Manhattan Would Be One Big Parking Lot (News)
    • More on AARP Pedestrian Safety Surveys: NY1, Post
    • Albany Approves Third Budget Extension; Dems Mull New Car Fee (WNYC)
    • City Pols Need Convincing of the Value of Automated Bus Lane Enforcement (MTR)
    • MTA to Incredulous Daily News: Bx12 Fare-Beating No Worse Than Other Lines
    • Verrazano Toll Plaza Teardown Begins; Prendergast Realigns Subway Managers (City Room, NY1)
    • Rail Service Could Return to Staten Island's North Shore (Advance, Post)
    • Patrick Pogan Trial, Day 1: Defense Undercut by Viral Video (NYT, Post 1, 2, News)
    • Ride the City Now Available for iPhone (Gothamist)
    • Had to Happen: Tribeca Shop Sees a Niche in Fashion-Conscious Cycling (NYT)
    • Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan: Good Sportsmanship Starts With Legal Parking (Shutdown Corner)

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