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    • MTA Funding in Even More Peril as Suburbs Mobilize Against Payroll Tax (WSJ
    • Advocates for Disabled Sue MTA Over Transit Cuts' Disparate Impact (Transpo Nation)
    • Bike Bedlam 3: Tony Aiello's First NYC Bike Ride Yields First Almost-Fair Segment (CBS2)
    • Another High-Profile PlaNYC Hire: Seattle Climate Chief Amanda Eichel (Daily Politics)
    • Assembly Can Still, and Must, Pass Complete Streets Bill, Says AARP (Times-Union)
    • Two-Way Path Through Unfinished Brooklyn Bridge Park Opens Next Week (Post)
    • Brooklyn CB 6 Excited For New Pedestrian Countdown Signals on Flatbush (Post
    • First Staten Island Target of Leandra's Law Was Drunk, 30 MPH Over Limit, And Without License (Post)
    • NYPD's Green Efforts: 30 New Hybrid Patrol Cars (News)
    • Renegade Public Works Org Hires Jamaica Residents to Build Bus Stop Benches (Queens Chron)
    • Are Unaccountable Economic Development Agencies Even Creating Enough Jobs? (WSJ)

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