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    • MTA Layoffs Will Take Subway Riders Back to the Future (NYT, AMNY)
    • Bloomberg Unveils Bleak Budget, Rips Albany for City's Dire Straits (NYT 1, 2, News, GG)
    • Remorseless Joe Bruno Sentenced to Two Years, Still Plans to Avoid Jail (NYT 1, 2, News)
    • City Room Picks Up Revised Komanoff Bike Count
    • Brooklyn Paper Aligns With Marty Markowitz on Prospect Park West Bike Lane
    • Public Forum on High Bridge Restoration Coming to the Bronx Next Week (News)
    • Fox 5 Assures Drivers It's Now Legal to Block Unmarked Pedestrian Curb Cuts
    • Opponents of Willets Point Redevelopment Seize on Traffic Impact
    • Developers Move Forward With Staten Island Homeport Project (NY1)
    • Peter Vallone, Congestion Pricing Foe, Slams MTA for Lack of Station Cameras (Post)
    • "Sustainable" Transport Should Be Defined by Policy-Makers, Not Car-Makers (Grist)

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