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8:49 AM EST on January 26, 2011

    • "Traffic Pricing" Is Back -- Squadron, WFP, NYC Biz Leaders Reviving Peak-Hour Road Fees (News)
    • DA Vance Pursues Manslaughter Charge in Manhattan Hit-and-Run Case (News, Post)
    • Unlicensed Truck Driver Who Killed Laurence Renard Faces Up to Year in Jail (News)
    • Worrisome: Open Door on New Haven Line Metro-North Car (Gothamist)
    • Terrifying: MTA Debt Service Forecast (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • iPod Bans Across America: Legislation Against "Distracted Walking" Now a Trend (NYT)
    • Governors' Report on Ped Safety Filled With Victim-Blaming, Bereft of Analysis (MTR)
    • David Seifman Keeps Post's Streak of Negative Bike Coverage Alive
    • Bid to Permanently Expand 78th Street Play Street Suffers Setback (News)
    • Why Regular Psych Exams Should Be Required to Keep Your Driver's License - Exhibit A (Post)

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