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8:59 AM EST on January 15, 2013

    • Yellow School Bus Strike Starts Tomorrow, Affecting 152,000 Students (NewsGothamSchools)
    • TWU Wants Train Operators to Slow to 10 mph in Stations; MTA Fires Back (NewsPost, WSJ)
    • Cyclist Julian Valencia, 38, Severely Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver in Bushwick (News)
    • 34th Street Partnership Wants Bryant Park-Like Contract to Manage, Upgrade Plaza Space (WSJ)
    • A Glimpse of How Snøhetta Architects Are Approaching Times Square Reconstruction (Curbed)
    • East Side Access Expected to Increase Home Values Near Suburban LIRR Stations (Post, RPA)
    • Pre-Sandy, NJ Transit Ridership Close to Pre-Recession High; Weekends Show Biggest Gains (MTR)
    • Crunching the Numbers, G Train Disruptions Look No Worse Than Other Lines (Observer)
    • Service Might Seem Back to Normal for Most of the Subway, But Behind the Scenes... (News)
    • Staten Island Campaign Distributing Yard Signs Reminding Drivers to Slow Down (Advance)
    • Miss America Doesn't Bike to Work Because Her Parents Think It's Too Dangerous (Bklyn Paper)

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