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8:59 AM EST on January 24, 2012

    • Bklyn Paper, Gothamist, City Room, Voice Cover NYPD's Bungled Investigation of Mathieu Lefevre's Death
    • Times Transpo Beat: That Darned Subway Opossum!
    • VMT Fees? We'll See What the Supreme Court Has to Say About That... (NYT)
    • MTA to Roll Out Real-Time Bus Tracking in the Bronx and a Borough-to-Be-Named-Later in 2012 (DNA)
    • So Far, So Good for MTA's Experiment in Intensive Overnight Maintenance on Weekdays (NY1)
    • Ten Hurt in Park Avenue Cab Crash, Seven Injured in Eastern Parkway Wreck on Sunday (DNA 1, 2)
    • How the Shrinking Transit Tax Benefit Costs Commuters in the NYC Region (MTR)
    • Bloomberg Handicaps the 2013 Mayoral Race: "Very Hard to See a Republican Coming Along" (Post)
    • Semi-Truck Driver Rams Highway Overpass, Injures Two Bridge Inspectors (Post)
    • The Flash Gets Schooled on Induced Demand (Planetizen)

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