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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on July 26, 2012

    • Quinn's Not Jumping to Support the Crash Investigation Reform Act (TransNat)
    • Mayor and Mayoral Spokesperson Blow Off Criticism of NYPD Crash Response (CapNY)
    • MTA Counting on Fare Hike, Labor Cost Freeze, Access-a-Ride Savings to Make Ends Meet (NYT, SAS)
    • TWU, Silent During Congestion Pricing Fight, Now Points to Rising MTA Debt Service (WSJ)
    • Local Pols Paulin and Abinanti Seem to Be Falling Under Cuomo's Sway on TZB (LoHud)
    • Antonio Villaraigosa Sits Down With Streetsblog LA to Discuss His City's Evolving Transpo System
    • NYC Won't Be Bored as MTA Wraps Up Tunneling on Big Three Mega-Projects (DNA)
    • Queens DA Charges Driver With Manslaughter for DWI Killing on Grand Central Parkway (QChron)
    • City Council Approves NYU Expansion Plan (WSJ)
    • NJ DOT: No, the Yellow Phase Is Not Shorter Than Normal at Jersey's Red Light Cams (AP)
    • Finally, Auto Industry Ad Placement Matches the News (Brooklyn Spoke)

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