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    • Unanimous CB 5 Committee Endorses Car-Free Central Park Trial, But Bloomberg Says No (DNAinfo)
    • Senate Overwhelmingly Passes $60M Gas Tax Holiday; Chances Slim in Assembly (CapCon)
    • Truck Crossover Mirror Bill Passes Assembly, Heads to Cuomo's Desk (NY1)
    • Ticket Fix Grand Jury Extended a Month as Inquiry Continues to Expand (News)
    • A-Rod, Jay-Z, Three City Council Members All Had Tickets Fixed (News)
    • 2011 Bike Tickets Up 48 Percent Over 2010, 273 Percent Over 2009 (Post)
    • New Jersey Raises Turnpike Tolls for Out-of-Staters (Post)
    • DOT Nixes Plan to Reopen West Street Crosswalk, Says Would Delay WTC Construction (DNAinfo)
    • At End of High Line, Turning a Parking Lot Into a Café and Gallery (NYT)
    • One in Five Subway Riders Must Swipe MetroCard More Than Once (News)

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