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    • Carl Paladino Has This MTA-Bashing Thing Down Cold (News, SAS)
    • Transit-Riding MTA Chief Promises No More Service Cuts (News)
    • No More Parking Placards: Inside Edition Exposes Rampant Fraud on the Dashboard
    • Cops Have Handed Out 378 Tickets to SBS-Blocking Motorists This Week (News)
    • Is the MTA Blame Game Rubbing Off on Select Bus Service? (SAS)
    • With B71 Van Service in the Red, Bklyn Paper Calls Out Albany for Shortchanging Transit
    • Gridlock Sam: Spend ARC Money on a Rail Connection for Staten Island (News)
    • Will America Ever Build Real HSR? (NYT)
    • Steve Levin Tackles Pressing Challenge of Our Time: Parking Regs During Film Shoots (Observer)
    • Amazing Time's Up Vid Shows Safir-Era NYPD Helping Manhattan Critical Mass Go Smoothly (City Room)
    • Someone Stole Stephen Brown's Bike, and MetroTech Bike Parking Policies Stink (Bklyn Paper)

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