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9:04 AM EST on January 10, 2011

    • NYPD, DOT, Manhattan CB 2 Want Speed Cams; Some Cabbies Not Too Pleased (Post)
    • With No Mention of MTA in Cuomo's State of State, City Hall News Names Jay Walder Political Loser
    • Christie Draws Flak For Spending ARC Money and Borrowing to Build Roads (Transpo Nation)
    • Cap'n Transit Looks at Regional Traffic Fatalities, Finds "Upper Delaware Valley of Death"
    • MTA Data Network Upgrade Behind Schedule, Over Budget, and Tied to Corrupt Contractors (Post)
    • Pete Donohue: With Ceilings Crumbling, MTA Needs to Step Up Station Repairs (News)
    • Columbia Student Thinks He's Got the App to Track Subways (Post)
    • Robert Moses's Throgs Neck Bridge Turns 50 (News)
    • Businesses Sue MTA to Stop Tolls From Subsidizing Transit (Post)
    • Ben Kabak: Bayonne Bridge Overhaul Must Make Room For Transit

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