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    • Jim Dwyer Pens the Year's Best Column on the MTA (NYT)
    • More About the New Transit Operating Aid Bill From MTR and 2nd Ave Sagas
    • Cuomo "Action Plan" Silent on Transit Funding (Transpo Nation)
    • Komanoff and the BTA Get Their Due in Wired Mag
    • City Room Covers the New Addition to the Hudson River Greenway
    • No More Deepwater Drilling? Not While We're Hooked on Oil (Good)
    • Are "Shrinking Cities" Really Growing Smaller, or Are They Sprawling Out? (Switchboard)
    • Car Blog Jalopnik: Indian Cities Won't Be Able to Function With Millions of New Cars 
    • News Milks Spit-Gate for Editorial Content
    • Parking Ticket Cast as Villain Opposite Adorable Newborn (News)

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