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8:52 AM EDT on June 25, 2010

    • Quote of the Day: "I'm Thinking of Driving to Work" (News, Transpo Nation, AMNY, SAS)
    • Bloomberg and City Council Reach Budget Agreement (NYT, GG, NY1)
    • State Lawmakers Now Robbing the Dead (Post)
    • Feds Target Carl Kruger in Cash-for-Favors Probe (News)
    • Hakeem Jeffries, Velmanette Montgomery Seek Atlantic Yards Oversight (Eagle)
    • Sister Mary Celine Remembered (NYT); Second Suspect Charged With Murder (DNAinfo, News)
    • IKEA: Bike Lane Too Dangerous for Red Hook Store (Bklyn Paper)
    • Pedestrian Access Restored to Henry Hudson Bridge for First Time Since 2007 (DNAinfo)
    • Tri-State Sees Encouraging Signs for Tappan Zee TOD (MTR)
    • Hoboken Goes on Bike Parking Spree, Doubles Existing Racks (Jersey Journal)

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