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    • News, Post: Albany Incompetence, TWU Avarice to Blame for Transit Crisis
    • Board Members Lobby to Use Stim Cash, Capital Funds to Plug Budget Hole (Post)
    • Advos and Union Reps Say MTA Is Already Cutting Bus Service (AMNY)
    • More Fallout Coverage From Pete Donohue (News 1, 2)
    • David Yassky Approved as New Head of TLC (WNYC)
    • James Vacca Spearheads Council Push to Sacrifice Bronx Housing for Parking (News)
    • City Opens Parking Lots to Residential Development, But Takes Care to Preserve Spots (NYT)
    • You Can Park Your Two-Wheeler Anywhere, for Free, as Long as It Has a Motor (AMNY)
    • Exhibition Examines the Intertwining of New York and the Automobile (NYT)
    • Cycling Ambassador Baruch Herzfeld Retrofits Vending Machine to Sell Bike Parts (City Room, News)

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