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8:59 AM EST on February 9, 2012

    • Ring the Alarm: Devastating House GOP Transit Cuts Could Actually Pass (Transpo Nation)
    • The Times Slams Boehner's Transpo Bill
    • Kimmelman: End the Humiliation of Penn Station Riders; Move MSG to Far West Side (NYT)
    • Mathieu Lefevre's Mother to Testify at Council Hearing on NYPD Crash Investigations (Gothamist)
    • Q Poll: 60% of NYers Want to Keep Alt-Side Parking Stickers of Shame
    • Two Convention Centers for Queens? Really? (NYT)
    • Bloomberg Defends Port Authority After Cuomo/Christie Toll Hike-Inspired Audit (DNA)
    • NYT Well Gives Props to NYC DOT's Complete Streets Program...
    • ...But Not Without Blowing a Photographic Raspberry (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Are New Traffic Signals the Answer to Battery Park City's Street Safety Problem? (DNA)

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