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Today’s Headlines

9:15 AM EST on February 3, 2011

    • Walmart Courts Construction Unions, Won't Show for Today's Council Hearing (News, Crain's, Post)
    • Diane Savino Mocks MTA for Exploring Subway Platform Safety "Nonsense" (Transpo Nation, Advance)
    • TSTC Analyzes Cuomo Budget Impact on City, State Transportation (MTR)
    • Imagine: Top D.C. Cop Says Photo Enforcement Should Change the Way Drivers Think (TBD)
    • Restaurateur Hopes Columbia St. Greenway Will Reconnect Business Severed by Car Traffic (Post)
    • Myrtle Ave. Ped Plaza Plan Evolves (B'stoner); Kurt Andersen Pitches Carroll Court Piazza (Bklyn Paper)
    • Daily News Fails to Explain How Mentally Ill Man Managed to Drive Away With Garbage Truck
    • Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin, ADA Pioneer, Says City Cabs Should Accommodate Wheelchairs (News, NY1)
    • Next-Gen Bike-Share Tech Aimed at Meeting Real-Time Demand (Autopia)
    • Bicycle Habitat's Charles McCorkell to Critics of Safer Streets: It's Not About You

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