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    • NJ Still Waiting on an ARC Decision From Christie (Transpo Nation)
    • The Eighth Ave Bike Lane Got Extended 11 Blocks, and Now the Sky Is Falling (DNAInfo)
    • It's Been a Long Time Since the State DOT Announced New Bike-Ped Funding (MTR)
    • Yassky: TLC's Commuter Van Program a Flop (Brooklyn Paper)
    • What Should the MTA Do to Help Merchants in 2nd Ave Construction Zone? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Denis Hamill Lays Into MTA's "Ivory Tower Bean Counters" for Cutting Access-a-Ride Costs (News)
    • MTA Has to Shore Up Dozens of Structurally Unsound Buildings Along SAS Route (Post)
    • Cap'n Transit Weighs in on Dukakis Center's TOD Report
    • To the Frustration of Would-Be Parkers, the UES Is Full of Unofficial Pick-up/Drop-off Zones (NYT)
    • Off-Street Parking Reformers in Boston Are Leaps and Bounds Ahead of NYC Planners (Globe)

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