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9:01 AM EST on December 3, 2010

    • Parking Garages Classified as Tax-Free Charities, Thanks to SE Queens Democratic Machine (News)
    • Vacca Bill Forcing DOT to Post Traffic Calming Guidelines Passes City Council (DNAinfo)
    • On Staten Island, DOT Safety Project Means Left Turn Lanes, Signal Retiming (Advance)
    • Riverdale Residents Up In Arms Over Sidewalk Requirement (CBS 2)
    • Upper West Side Wants "No Biking" Stickers on the Sidewalk (DNAinfo)
    • Wishful Thinking: Paterson Wants Jersey, Port Authority to Help Pay For Tappan Zee (LoHud)
    • Christie Wants to Keep Feds' ARC Money, Hires Top DC Lawyers For Fight (Transpo Nation)
    • Movie Studio Draws Midwood's Ire For Taking Over 90 Midwood Parking Spaces (News)
    • To Fight Drunk Driving, DOT Gives Away Debit Cards For Taxis and Transit (Transpo Nation)
    • Hoboken Emerges as Livable Streets Leader in the Region (MTR)

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