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9:06 AM EDT on October 6, 2010

    • ARC's Official Death Expected Tomorrow or Friday (Post)
    • Frank Lautenberg Still Trying to Save ARC, Urges Port Authority to Step Up (Transpo Nation)
    • After Decades of Sprawl, No More Room for NJ To Grow Horizontally (NYT)
    • Carl Paladino Wants to "Take Apart The MTA Piece By Piece," Fire Jay Walder (Crain's)
    • Flatbush Avenue Slated for Ped Plaza Safety Treatment From Atlantic to GAP (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Federal State-Of-Good-Repair Grants Help Region's Transit Systems Get By a Tiny Bit More (MTR)
    • NYPD Transit Cops Can Now Hit 25 mph in Subway Stations. Feel Safer? (News)
    • NYPD Tells Tow Trucks to Focus on No Standing Zones, Not Unregistered Cars, Says Union (News)
    • Excessive Safety Bonuses for Contractors Cost MTA $722K (Post)
    • Sheepshead Bay Learns Putting Up a Sign Won't Fix Livery Cab Double-Parking (YourNabe)

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