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9:07 AM EDT on May 12, 2010

    • MTA Lays Off 250 Station Agents (News, NY1, AMNY)
    • Walder Makes the Case for Revising Work Rules to News Editorial Board
    • TWU Inflates Rat Outside Walder's Apartment Building (AMNY)
    • CNN Fills Out the "Bikes vs. Cars" Story Template
    • Everyone Can Agree That Woodhaven Boulevard Is a Nightmare to Cross (Queens Chron)
    • Endangered Bus Stop Sighting: The B71 (FiPS)
    • Positive Press for East Side SBS in the Downtown Express
    • Cameras That Prevent Crashes: Bad; Cams That Help Motorists After Crashes: Good (SPTimes)
    • Next-Gen Transit Tech: Subway Platform Displays Show How Crowded Each Car Is (Gizmodo)
    • San Francisco at a Tipping Point for Livable Streets (SFBG)

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