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01/26/2010

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

A small-scale 9/11 memorial test waterfall that had been set up at the Brooklyn Navy Yard was dismantled.

The New York Daily News

Straphangers, beware: NYPD have been issuing a lot of tickets for taking up more than one seat.

The New York Times

Bob Noorda, who designed the subway system’s signage, died on January 11.

The Wall Street Journal

As Washington prepares to announce how $8 billion in federal stimulus money set aside for high-speed passenger-train service is carved up, several firms are vying for a contract.

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