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    • Upstate Counties Would Love to Trade MTA Payroll Tax for NYC Bridge Tolls (Times-Herald)
    • Holy Bike Lane Violation: NYPD Lets Brooklyn Heights Parishioners Park in Green Stripe (Gothamist)
    • Cleveland BRT Attracts Development to Euclid Ave (Plain Dealer)
    • In Philly, Bike Safety Campaign Morphs Into Anti-Cycling Onslaught From Media, Pols (City Room)
    • It's Official: Nassau Exec and Smart Growth Booster Tom Suozzi Ousted By Ed Mangano (MTR)
    • Report: NYCT Elevated Line Crews Only Scheduled for 4 Hours Work Per Shift (AMNY, News)
    • Subway Station Attendants Replaced By Arrows and Intercoms (Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Killer Allmir Lekperic Had Sister Cover Up for Him (Post)
    • The New Yorker Weighs in on Parking "Grace Period"
    • On Thanksgiving, NYPD Turned Public Street Into Private Preserve for Mega-Rich (NYT)

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