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    • The Fourth Estate Weighs in on Yesterday's Bike Hearing (NYT, Transpo Nation, Observer)
    • ... The Post and CBS, of Course, Focus on the Negative
    • Musical Interlude: These Are a Few of Markowitz's Favorite Lanes (Observer)
    • New MTA Board Member Brings Experience in Real Estate and Negotiating, But Not Transpo (Ben Kabak)
    • NY Wins $7M in Rejected Midwest Rail Money (CapTon)
    • FDNY to Start Charging Motorists For Responding to Crashes (WSJ)
    • Even With Subsidies, Rate Hikes, Yankee Stadium Parking Can't Break Even (MTR)
    • City Room Finds Few Cyclists on Columbus Lane During Work Hours, in Light Snow...
    • ...Nice Rejoinder From John del Signore at Gothamist
    • NJ Polling Shows Killing ARC More Popular Than Ever (Transpo Nation)
    • Making Atlantic Yards Less Car-Centric: Ped Plazas, Parking Permits, and... Free Beer (Bklyn Paper)

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