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    • Juan Gonzalez: City-Backed Yankee Stadium Parking Garages Headed for Default on Bonds
    • Pension Warnings Lead Bloomberg Budget Coverage (NYT, DNA, Post, NY1)
    • Jim Dwyer Validates Kvetching About Bus Lane From Anonymous Albany Official (NYT)
    • BTW, Where's the Indignant Commentary on the Taxpayer Fine for Crap Like This? (Post, DNA)
    • Cyclist Seriously Injured After Colliding With Lane Divider Near Holland Tunnel (DNA)
    • Four Dead, One Critical in High-Speed One-Car Crash on the Major Deegan (Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Surrenders to Police After Critically Injuring Brooklyn Pedestrian (News)
    • Cell-Phone and Wi-Fi Service Expanding to More Subway Stations (WSJ)
    • Hard to Believe It Was Only Recently That the MTA Stopped Hoarding Data (News, TransNat)
    • City Considers Width Restrictions for Upper West Side Chain Stores (NYT)
    • Times Story on Straphangers' Subway Rat Survey Just Aches for Possum Cameo
    • How Many Speeding Cop Cars Does It Take to Escort an Ambulance? Gothamist Counts 42

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