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8:55 AM EST on January 26, 2012

    • MTA May Refinance Debt Billions to Lower Borrowing Rate (Bloomberg)
    • DNA: James Vacca to Force DOT to Fix Nightmarish Ped Plazas; Also: Sane Coverage From NY1, WNYC
    • Funeral Services Held for Dashane Santana (DNA, Fox); Support Grows for Safer Delancey (Lo-Down)
    • David Greenfield Prods NYPD to Ticket Borough Park Drivers Who Pass Stopped School Buses (VIN)
    • Education Panelist Wants More "Hazard Variances" to Bus Kids on Dangerous Streets (News)
    • Inwood Drivers Incensed After DOT Carries Out Precinct Request to Daylight Blind Corner (DNA)
    • Desperate for Respite From Speeders, Rego Park Group Undertakes Onerous Slow Zone App (QChron)
    • Pedestrian Killed Trying to Cross Staten Island Expressway; No Criminality Suspected (Post)
    • James Gennaro: Muni-Meter Grace Period Gives Anxious Motorists One Less Stressor (QGazette)
    • First Central Park East-West Shared Transverse Is Now Open (TransNat)
    • Upper East Side NIMBYs: Our Block Is Too Special for Subway Station Entrance (NY1)

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