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9:10 AM EDT on October 15, 2010

    • Now You Can See the Next 34th Street Bus on Your Computer or Smartphone (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Cuomo: State Control of MTA Unfair to Upstaters (CBS 2)
    • ARC Would Cut New Jerseyans' Commute Times, Say Lautenberg and RPA (Star LedgerMTR)
    • Poll: New Jersey's Business Community Opposed to Killing ARC Tunnel (MTR)
    • Paterson: We Need ARC, But NY State Can't Help (News)
    • Everyone's Eyeing That ARC Money -- Where Will It Go? (Transpo Nation)
    • Liberty Avenue Gets That Ped-Friendly Streets Are Business-Friendly Streets (Queens Chronicle)
    • Greenway Collision in Tribeca: Cyclist's Handlebar Punctures Jogger's Arm (Post)
    • Turkish Firm Declares It Has The Taxi Of Tomorrow (Post)
    • London Bike-Sharing Program On Track to Turn Profit (Guardian)

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