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    • NYT Op-Ed: Feds Sank Billions Into GM's Electric Lemon, the Volt
    • Council Approves Pair of Parking Saturated Developments (NYT, WSJ, Bklyn Eagle)
    • TWU Insists on Running New Commuter Van Routes Itself (NY1)
    • RPA: New Transit Tunnel Under Hudson Will Be a Property Tax Windfall For NJ (MTR, AP)
    • Espada Camp: Booting Opponents Off the Ballot "Good Government at Work" (News)
    • Times Endorses New Federal Safety Regs for Transit
    • Reclaiming Asphalt Under MNR Tracks for Harlem Market: EDC Could Make It Happen (DNAInfo)
    • Tour the $3.2B WTC Transit Hub, Virtually (WSJ via 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Parking Agent Daniel Chu: History's Greatest Monster? (News)
    • Expanding From the Heat, Ninth St Bridge Needs Wedge Ramps to Keep Bike Lane Safe (Bklyn Paper)

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