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9:19 AM EDT on August 16, 2010

    • With Growing Sales, Profits, and Jobs, Detroit Lives (NYT
    • New Yorkers' Top Complaints: Subway Door Blockers, Slow Walkers, Distracted Cabbies (Post)  
    • NYT: 34th Street Busway Plan Clears Low "Better Than Robert Moses" Bar
    • News: Save the Trees, "Majestic Delight," on Pelham Parkway
    • Metro-North Considers Double-Decker Cars to Boost Capacity (NYT
    • MTA Tests Wheelchair-Accessible SUV as Access-A-Ride Replacement (Crain's
    • Sam "Ike" Schwartz Calls for Fix-It-First, Gas Tax Hike, High-Speed Rail (PBS)
    • You Can Already Chat On Your Cell at These Subway Stations (AMNY)
    • '90s Flashback Video: MTA Advertises MetroCard Gold, Free Transfers (Second Ave Sagas)
    • Crash at Mojave Desert Truck Race Kills Eight Spectators (CNN)

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