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    • Yellow Cab Lobby Protests Bloomberg's Plan to Let Livery Cabs Pick Up Street Hails (NYT)
    • Taxi Workers Group Splinters Off From Opposition, Endorses Bloomberg Plan (DNAinfo, NY1)
    • Schumer: Use Unspent ARC Funds to Finish East-Side Access Mega-Project (Transpo Nation)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Put Mayoral Staffer in Coma Could Face Four Years (News)
    • The GOP Attempt to Defund Northeast Rail That No One's Talking About (MTR)
    • Ben Kabak Games Out the Future of DOT's Better-Buses-to-LaGuardia Project
    • Whom Do You Believe: Alleged Parking Agent Harasser Dan Halloran, or the Agent He Defamed? (News)
    • Placard Abuse Hotspot: NYPD and DOT Offices in LIC (News)
    • Milestone Out West: SF Resident Reclaims Curb Lane in Front of His House (Streetsblog SF)
    • Attention Park Slope Parents and Other Humans: Beware Child-Impaling Bumper Guards (FiPS)

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