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    • Anger and Confusion Reign as Transit Cuts Take Effect (AMNY, News 1, 2, NY1)
    • New Yorkers Bid Farewell to Fallen Bus and Subway Lines (WNYC, City Room, Gothamist)
    • Daily News: Blame Albany
    • Paterson, Legislature in Budget Kabuki Dance (NYT, News 1, 2, WNYC)
    • Assembly Waters Down Complete Streets Legislation (MTR)
    • Suspected Drunk Driver Kills Passenger on Hutchinson River Parkway (Post
    • Ray Kelly Could Look to Baltimore County for Pointers on Traffic Safety (Fast Lane)
    • Brooklyn Boy, 9, Shot Over Stolen Bike (Gothamist); Cities Find Theft Is Big Business (NYT)
    • Joe Lentol Takes Credit for New Kent Ave Rack; Brooklyn Paper Snickers
    • BP Buys Off Boycotters With Cheap Gas (News)
    • Things Are Tough All Over: PRT Dreams Shattered From Minnesota to Abu Dhabi (Biz Week, Avidor)

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