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Today’s Headlines

9:19 AM EDT on March 15, 2011

    • Sadik-Khan Announces Scaled-Back Plan for 34th Street (TransNat, DNA, SAS, NY1, News)
    • Yankee Stadium Parking Garages Officially a Wasteful Mess (Crain's)
    • Driver in Tour Bus Crash Had Prior License Suspensions (Post); Second Crash in Jersey Kills 2 (News)
    • Someone Alert Bike Lane Foe Chuck Schumer to the 169 Tragedies He Missed Last Year (Crain's, NYT)
    • Feds Say Modern Bus Design Should Reflect Today's Corpulent American (Gothamist)
    • Back in Albany for Now, Disgraced Carl Kruger Embraced by Amigo Diaz, Sr. (NYT)
    • Head of City Workers Union Considers Mayoral Run for "Poor and Middle Class" (News)
    • Nassau Transit Riders Gird for Fight to Save Long Island Bus (MTR)
    • Quake Shuts Japanese Auto Plants; Residents Turn to Bikes in Transit-Hobbled Tokyo (Detroit FP, Grist)
    • Cars Outnumber People in Historic Massachusetts; What Would Emerson and Thoreau Say? (Planetizen)

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