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    • Official East River Ferry Plans: $9M in Subsidies, Free Shuttle Bus, No Overnight Service (NYT)
    • Aging Cars Force Metro-North to Cut Service on New Haven Line (NYT)
    • City Waited Five Days After Xmas Blizzard to Ticket Homeowners for Slippery Sidewalks (News)
    • Freshman Staten Island Rep Michael Grimm Fights for Light Rail Over Bayonne Bridge (SI Advance)
    • Michael DenDekker: Cities Should Pay Motorists If They Write Incorrect Parking Ticket (News)
    • MTA Hopes Techies, Merchants Develop Apps and Countdown Signs for B63 Info (Transpo Nation)
    • Fashion Week Brings Pedestrian Month Near Lincoln Center (DNAinfo)
    • Walder Wins High Marks for Speeding Buses, Gets a "B" Overall From Transit Experts (AMNY)
    • Radiolab Profiles Healing Process of Emilie Gossiaux, Biker Blinded by Truck Driver

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