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Today’s Headlines

9:07 AM EDT on July 14, 2010

    • State DOT: We'd Rather Have the Sheridan Keep on Blighting the Bronx (NYT)
    • More Fare Hike 2011 Details: Single-Ride Cards Going Up to $2.50 (News)
    • NYCDOT: State DOT Withholding Huge Sums in Federal Funding for Local NYC Projects (SI Advance)
    • Speeding SUV Driver Who Killed Vespa-Riding Brooklyn Mom Might Be Federal Agent (Bklyn Paper)
    • Motorhead Judge Lewis Kaplan Adds Insult to Injury for Proponents of Cyclists' Rights (Post)
    • AG Hopeful Schneiderman in Hit-and-Run of the Car-Scraping Variety (NYT, NY1)
    • TWU Members Leave MTA Hearings in Protest; Samuelsen: MTA Going Thru the Motions (NY1)
    • News: Albany's Got to Undo Laws That Protect Drunk Drivers
    • Doctoroff Optimistic That Congestion Pricing Will Rise Again (Urban Omnibus)
    • Kaid Benfield Weighs in on Streetcar Grant Winners and Losers (Switchboard)
    • Would You Want to Steal This Bike? (Core77)

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