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8:57 AM EST on January 5, 2011

    • NYPD Ordered to Crack Down on Cyclists Who Commit "Vehicular Offenses" (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Hit-and-Run Van Driver Leaves 3-Year-Old Brooklyn Boy Clinging to Life (News)
    • Riders Gripe Over MTA's Long-Planned, Critical Culver Viaduct Rehab (News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Channel That Anger Into Lobbying for a Red Hook Tunnel Bus, Says Cap'n Transit
    • 2010: The Year in NY State Transpo Policy (MTR)
    • East Bronx Bus Routes Pick Up Some of the Service Lost in 2010 (NY1)
    • MTA Rolls Out Its New Branding Campaign -- "Improving, Non-Stop" (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Streak of Alt-Side Parking Rule Suspensions: History in the Making! (City Room)
    • The NYT Travel Guide to Intercity Buses of the Northeast Corridor
    • NYC Bike Commuting, Circa 1950 (Brooklyn Spoke)

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