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    • Marty Markowitz Rides Bike Into State of the Borough, Digs In Against PPW (Bklyn Paper, Post)
    • City Hires Top Engineers to Study Secaucus 7, But MTA and NJ Still Skeptical (News)
    • Every Staten Island Bus to Get Real-Time Info By End of Year, Rest of City to Follow (Transpo Nation)
    • Driver Hits Pedestrian at E. 120th Street, Victim in Critical Condition (DNAinfo)
    • Squadron/Silver Bill Will Allow City to Regulate Curbside Intercity Buses (NYT)
    • Cartoony City Planning Handbook Aims to Make Zoning Understandable By All (NYT)
    • Preservationists: Astor Place Asphalt Like Native American Trail, So Don't Widen Sidewalks (DNAinfo)
    • Two New Food Kiosks To Open on Flatiron Plazas (DNAinfo)
    • Christie Appointee David Samson Takes Over as Port Authority Chairman (Post)
    • City to Begin Eminent Domain at Willets Point (WSJ)

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