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Today’s Headlines

9:08 AM EST on January 28, 2011

    • Port Auth. Chair: ARC Will Return, Since Transit Only Way to Move People Into NYC (Transpo Nation)
    • Bloomberg: "The Northeast Is Approaching a Transportation Crisis" (Transpo Nation)
    • Snowstorms Make Queens Drivers That Much More Possessive About On-Street Parking (News)
    • Snow Strands Passengers on Coney Island N Train (Post)
    • David Greenfield, Please Fingerwag and Tweet About This Plow-Blocking Mercedes Owner on PPW (FiPS)
    • Meanwhile, Disabled Cars Block Highway Ramps Across New Jersey (Post)
    • DiNapoli Report Finds MTA Bus Inspections Late and Incomplete (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • New PATH Station Brings Housing and Office Construction to Harrison (WSJ)
    • Malcolm Smith Excited About Prospect of Northeast Corridor HSR (CapTon)
    • The Post Rounds Up Some Anti-Bike Lane Letters to Keep Kvetch-Fest Alive
    • Jenny McCarthy and Oprah: Livable Streets Advocates

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