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    • Tri-State to Gov Candidates: Keep Jay Walder (City Room)
    • Walder, Gillibrand, and Stringer Call for ARC Money To Help MTA (News)
    • ...While Tri-State Makes the Case for Using It to Improve Cross-Hudson Bus Service (MTR)
    • Judge OKs Lawsuit Against 4-Year-Old For Training Wheel-Aided Bike Bedlam (NYT)
    • After Bus Kills Child, Manhattan Beach Wants Traffic Lights, Speed Bumps, No More Bike Lane (News)
    • Cops Block First Ave. Bike Lane, Then Ticket Cyclists For Riding Outside Lane (Gothamist)
    • So Far, Only 147 Dooring Tickets Handed Out Statewide This Year (City Room)
    • Lautenberg Launches Investigation Into ARC Ethics, Protecting Federal Investments (Transpo Nation)
    • DMI and T.A. Pitch Their Five-Point Transit Plan in the Huffington Post
    • MTA's Bus Chief Steps Down (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Maybe Cuomo's Corvette Collection Would Be More Charming If He Also Had a Plan For Transit (NYT)

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