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    • $17.8 Million in MTA Bus Service Coming on Line This Weekend (NYT, NewsDNA)
    • Straphangers: Hurricane Sandy Was Both the Worst and the Best News for NYC Transit in 2012 (AP)
    • What the Heck Happened During Adolfo Carrion's Brief Stint at the White House? (WSJ)
    • Queens CB 8 District Manager Will Make a Run for James Sanders' Old Council Seat (QChron)
    • QChron Notes the Year-End Spate of Traffic Deaths in Eastern Queens
    • Cuomo Planning a Re-Org for Subsidy-Dispensing, Arena-Building ESDC (Post)
    • Step Aside, "Broken Windows," and Make Way for the "Leaded Gas" Theory of Crime (MJ via Gothamist)
    • Tom Vanderbilt Talks Biking and Bike Advocacy With Embrocation (via Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Want to Liven Up NYC's Sidewalk Scaffolding? There's a Kickstarter Campaign for You (Curbed)

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