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9:09 AM EDT on April 23, 2010

    • Times Gets Around to 34th Street Transitway, Spares Readers Obligatory Driver Rants
    • Veteran Street Vendor Sympathetic to Proposed Parks Crackdown (NYT)
    • Cuomo Subpoenas Senate Records; Espada Calls Him a Liar; Fed Charges Likely (NY1 1, 2, Post)
    • New Cutter Head Lowered Into Second Ave Subway Tunnel (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • TSTC Reports Tracks Progress of Nationwide Transportation Reform (MTR)
    • NYPD to Expand "Green" Fleet; Human-Powered Vehicles Not Included (City Room)
    • Three Lawns Open at Brooklyn Bridge Park (Bklyn Paper, NY1)
    • Queens Center Mall Accused of Diverting Drivers Into Garage, Whether Shopping or Not (News)
    • Oil Rig Explodes, Sinks in Gulf of Mexico; 11 Workers Missing; Extent of Spill Unknown (NYT)
    • Volcanic Interruption Prompts Momentary Rethinking of Dependence on Airliners (Room for Debate)

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