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    • Goldsmith Raises Prospect of Privatizing NYC's Parking Meters (Post)
    • FDNY Tests Out New Non-Emergency Response: Driving Normally (NYT)
    • Transpo Projects Grind to a Halt in NJ as ARC Tunnel Dispute Heats Up (Star-Ledger)
    • MTA's Efforts to Streamline Management Turn Into Bad Press for the MTA (Post)
    • Schumer's Running an Ad Touting His Support for Transit Commuter Tax Break (Transpo Nation)
    • Joyriding 16-Year-Old Speeds Down Midwood Street @ 63 mph, Kills Passenger in Crash (News, Post)
    • At Least Barclays Center Won't Repeat LIRR's Atlantic Terminal Bollard Blunder (Bklyn Paper)
    • Damned PPW Bike Lane Messing With the Right to Compose Shopping Lists in Traffic (Brooklynian)
    • Times Editor Fantasizes About Banishing "Pushy Drivers" to Transit (City Room)
    • New $612M Willis Ave Bridge Officially Opens; Still Free to Drive Across (NY1)
    • Bob Mionske Gets Inside the Head of Hit-and-Run Motorists (Bicycling)
    • Looks Like Vito Lopez Has a Few Placards to Spare (Daily Politics -- scroll down)

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