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8:58 AM EDT on June 16, 2011

    • Tri-State: Tell Your Reps to Pass the New York State Complete Streets Bill (MTR)
    • Senate Republicans Push Payroll Tax Repeal; Shelly Says "No Plans" (CapTon, Times Herald-Record)
    • Ticket-Fixing Scandal Sows Fear and Paranoia in the Bronx (NYT)
    • Whaddaya Know: Ferry Commute Slowed by Midtown Congestion (Gothamist)
    • What Does It Take to Get a Reckless MTA Bus Driver Fired? (News)
    • EDC Rips Out Graveyard-Inspired Streetscaping at Queens Plaza (CBS2)
    • City Hall Park Bike Path to Remain As Is, Says DOT (DNAinfo)
    • Changes Coming to Site of Castleton Corners Crash That Killed Woman Walking With Grandson (NY1)
    • BYO Bike Lane Redux: Front-Mounted Laser Aims to Get Motorists' Attention (SMH)
    • For Community Board Cranks, Spleen Venting Is a Way of Life (BK Spoke)

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