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9:04 AM EST on January 20, 2011

    • Bloomberg Aims Low in State of the City Address (NYT, NY1, WNYC)
    • Fewer Collisions, Fewer Injuries: Prospect Park West Now Safer for All Users (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA Says SBS Has Quickened Travel Times by 19 Percent (NY1)
    • Federal Transportation Spending More Political Art Than Science (MTR)
    • Carl Kruger Introduces Bill to Block FDNY Crash Fee (Post)
    • Couple Killed When Husband Smashes Into Median on Grand Concourse (Post)
    • NYPD Brass Cracks Down on Academy Parking Abuse (News)
    • Eric Ulrich Finds Self the Butt of Bike Snob Jab
    • Jimmy McMillan Thinks the Bike Lanes Are Too Damn Empty (The Local)
    • Where Were You When the First Chevy Volt Was Rented? (Transpo Nation)

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