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9:02 AM EDT on August 13, 2010

    • Judge Gives the Go Ahead for TLC Commuter Vans; TWU Will Get a Route (NYT, News)
    • More on the TWU's Bid to Run Vans on the B71 Corridor (Bklyn Paper)
    • Is the Commuter Van Program Too Restrictive to Work? (Cap'n Transit)
    • Gridlock Sam: 100 Years of Free East River Bridges Is Enough (News)
    • State DOT and NYCEDC Bickering Over Willets Point Traffic Plan (NYT)
    • Infra USA Talks Transpo Politics and Investment With TSTC's Kate Slevin (via MTR)
    • Eyes on the Street: Here Come the East Side SBS Lanes (Infrastructurist)
    • Regis Doesn't Want to See Pelham Parkway Become a "Forgiving Highway" (News, NYCivic)
    • Pay Up, Red Light Runners -- Or Else (Queens Chron)
    • MTA Looking to Go Upscale With Underground Retail (AMNY)
    • Brooklyn's Most Prolific Car Collector Would Rather Bike Than Drive (Bklyn Paper)

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