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9:00 AM EST on February 1, 2011

    • Cuomo's Budget Is Coming Out Today -- Brace Yourselves, Transit Riders (News)
    • What's the Best Way to Make Streets Safer Near PS 49 in Middle Village? (News)
    • Woman Who Fatally Doored Jasmine Herron Indicted for Leaving the Scene (Post)
    • Eric Ulrich Wants to See Queens' Worksman Cycles Build NYC Bike-Share Bikes (Crain's)
    • Open Source Project May Be the Ticket for Cost Effective Real-Time MTA Bus Tracking (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • MTA Figuring Out If It Can Afford Life-Saving Sliding Doors for Subway Platforms (News)
    • How Many People Will Drive to the Refurbished Loew's Movie Palace in Flatbush? (Gothamist)
    • City Shoos Illegal Livery Cars Away From Meatpacking District (NY1)
    • Streets and Public Spaces, Not Social Media, Are Underpinning Egypt's Uprising (Grist)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Welcomes New York Cycle Chic

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