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8:59 AM EDT on July 6, 2011

    • Marty Golden and Bay Ridge Win Fight to Restore Two Express Bus Lines (Transpo Nation)
    • Van Driver Injures Pedestrian on Houston St., Police Say Vehicle Had Green Light (DNAinfo)
    • Cortlandt Street Station Construction On Schedule (NYT)
    • Progress on Greenway Plans as East Side Pier Set for Construction Work (Crain's)
    • Red Light Cameras Popular, Unless Seen Only as Revenue Source for City (NYT)
    • In U.S., Bike-Friendly Cities Have Bike-Friendly Transit -- and NYC Doesn't (NYT)
    • NYPD Crackdown Forces Food Trucks Onto Sidewalk (DNAinfo)
    • After Collision, Woman Wants All Cyclists Insured (Villager)
    • Smart Growth Champ (and Cuomo Ally) Sam Hoyt Takes Senior Econ. Dev. Job (CapTon)
    • NJ Increases Transit Hub Tax Credit But Removes Affordable Housing Requirement (WNYC)

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