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9:11 AM EDT on August 30, 2010

    • DiNapoli Launches MTA Forensic Audit, Focuses on Overtime Abuse (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Leaves Five-Year-Old Bronx Boy in Critical Condition (News, Post)
    • MTA Tolls to Rise Ten Percent, Possibly Targeting Out-of-State Drivers and Cash Payers (WNYC
    • 100,000 Commuters Breathe Sigh of Relief: LIRR Finally Back to Normal (NYT)
    • Brighton Beach Man Would Kill for a Parking Space -- Literally (News)
    • Believers in Grace Periods for Motorists Won't Like The Latest NYPD Directive (Post)
    • City Has Already Spent $280K on Car Washes in 2010, Mostly for NYPD (News)
    • In Reversal, Department of Sanitation to Spare Ghost Bikes (Brooklyn Paper
    • Toronto Slashes Parking Minimums Near Transit (Yglesias)
    • Have You Seen Any Unicycle Commuters? (City Room)

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