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    • Republican Senators Don't Think Funding the MTA Is Their Job (Newsday)
    • Truck Driver Kills Delivery Cyclist on Fort Hamilton Pkwy, Flees Scene (News)
    • There's Always Money For Drivers: Christie Jumpstarts Parkway Widening (MTR)
    • Osama bin Laden Doesn't Have to Hit a Target to Strike From Beyond the Grave (WSJ)
    • The NYT Arts Section Gives Manhattan Greenway a Rave Review
    • Cops Escaped Towing Fines In Addition to Parking Tickets (News)
    • SUV Driver Hits Two Children Walking at Site of Deadly 2009 Long Island Crash (CBS)
    • Queens Reps Rally For Better 7 Train Service (Queens Chronicle)
    • Straphangers: R Train Schmutziest, 7 Train Cleanest (News)

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