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    • MTA Debt Payments Have Doubled in Six Years -- Perfect Timing for Pataki (City Limits)
    • GM Banking on Subprime Loans to Get Back in the Black (NYT)
    • New Defense for Reckless Drivers: Blame the Toyota (Post)
    • Advocates for Disabled Sue MTA Over Service Cuts (WNYC)
    • A Mentally Stunted Anti-Bike Misanthrope Is Gluing Bike Locks in Williamsburg (Bklyn Paper)
    • Should America Spends Billions on a North-South Transcontinental Highway? (Transpo Nation)
    • Drunk Driver Who Killed Child Passenger Leandra Rosado Will Plead Guilty (NYT, Post, NY1)
    • Car Crushes Queens Man in His Garage When Jack Gives Way (News, Post)
    • Some East Side Bike Lane Skepticism in the Villager
    • MTA Intercoms Should Probably Be More Reliable (News)

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