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8:59 AM EST on January 23, 2012

    • Four Dyker Heights Pedestrians Hospitalized in Two Separate Crashes Yesterday (News)
    • Drivers Smash Into Each Other at Broadway and 97th, Injuring Pedestrian (DNA)
    • Advantage for TWU in Contract Negotiations: MTA Can't Threaten Thousands of Layoffs (NYT)
    • Now's Your Chance to Weigh in on the Future of Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue (Patch)
    • Felix Salmon: 2,000 New Cabs Could Pop the Taxi Medallion Bubble
    • Christie and Cuomo Team Up to Keep Driving Cheap for Staten Islanders (Post)
    • MTA Rebuffs Council Member's Offer to Fund Direct Shuttle Buses While 7 Service Is Out (Post)
    • Parking Obsessed City Council Tops MTR's List of Last Week's Losers
    • Cap'n Transit: Make Navy Street a Real Street, Not a Stroad (and Give to Streetsblog)
    • One More Reason Marty Markowitz Should Stop Parking on Borough Hall Plaza (Post)

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