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    • Bloomberg's Substitute for ARC: Extend the 7 to Secaucus (NYT, Post, Transpo Nation, NY1)
    • Gene Russianoff Pens a Transit To-Do List for Incoming Gov Cuomo (News)
    • Trends in Subway Performance Heading in the Wrong Direction (Post)
    • Driver Kills 58-Year-Old Woman Crossing Street in Queens; No Charges Filed (News)
    • Lexus Driver Injures Mother and Child on Astoria Sidewalk; Headline: "SUV Loses Control" (News)
    • Students at PS 261 Know All About Why NYers Should Stop Speeding (City Room, WNYC)
    • Shocker: Southern Brooklyn Motorists Complaining About Nostrand SBS Project (Post)
    • NYC Transit Officials to Riders: Albany Raids Are Killing Us (NY1)
    • Assemblyman Michael Benedetto's Stimulus Plan: Free Holiday Parking (News)
    • Cyclist Injured on Sixth Ave Says It Was a Door-and-Run (Bklyn Paper)
    • Some Brooklyn CB 10 Members Feeling Grumpy About Bay Ridge Intersection Plan (Bklyn Paper)

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