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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EST on November 22, 2010

    • City Preparing Large Expansion of Congestion-Busting Park Smart Program (Post)
    • How Do You Know MTA Is Serious About Real-Time Bus Tracking? They're Hiring (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Post on Ravitch Report: Find The Money For Transpo, But No New Taxes
    • Construction Begins on Staten Island Expressway Widening (Advance)
    • Spend ARC Money on Staten Island Subway, Not 7 Extension, Says Savino (Advance)
    • ...While New York Congressmen Just Want the Money to Stay in Region (Transpo Nation)
    • As Biking Grows, DOT Ready to Step Up Cyclist Education Campaigns (WSJ)
    • Crain's Sadik-Khan Profile Highlights 34th Street Public Outreach
    • Manhattan Beach Residents Launch Anti-Speeding Campaign (WCBS)
    • Cyclist Hits 7-Year-Old on Brooklyn Bridge, Injuries Not Serious (Post)
    • Fire Department EMTs Park, Sleep In MacDougal Street Bike Lane (Gothamist)

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