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8:58 AM EDT on July 11, 2011

    • Shared Bike-Ped Paths Through Central Park to Open as Soon as This Month (NYT)
    • Drunk Driver Hits Girlfriend in Midtown, Flees Scene, Then Overturns Car on Highway (News 12)
    • Weekend Subway Ridership at Historic Highs, Creating Conflict With Repairs (NYT)
    • Profile of Christie's Port Authority Chair Highlights Shift to Road Projects (Star-Ledger)
    • Black Women Who Bike D.C. Band Together (WaPo)
    • Access-A-Ride, Vanpools and Private Cars Replace Cut Bus Routes For Some (WSJ)
    • Popularity of East River Ferry Among Young Families Surprises Operators (News)
    • Suburbs, Already Livid Over Payroll Tax, Turn on MTA Surcharges (Record)
    • Anti-Idling Law Remains Largely Unenforced, Even Near Schools (NY1)
    • Op-Ed: Replace Second Avenue Subway With Light Rail (News)
    • Port Authority to Study Expanding Runways at Airports (Crain's)

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