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    • New Pedestrian Plaza at Bronx Hub Emerging as Centerpiece of Neighborhood Revitalization (WSJ)
    • Times Editorial Urges Cuomo to Sign Bloomberg Taxi Bill
    • Binghamton Leaders Hope Cuomo Signs Complete Streets Law (YNN)
    • Suffolk County Has Region's Highest Bike Fatality Rate, With Hispanics Most in Danger (MTR)
    • Bystanders Gathered Around Lamar Odom, Not Teen Killed in Crash (News)
    • Almost Half of Subway Fare-Beaters Are Children (News)
    • Post: Will Midtown Traffic Cams Make Up for Bike Lanes and Plazas?
    • In Carroll Gardens, Bike Parking Will Keep Cars Out of Daylighting Zone (Bklyn Paper)
    • John Samuelson, Nicole Gelinas Argue Transit Worker Layoffs, Pay Freeze (Post, Torch)
    • Congestion Pricing: Politically Impossible, or Politically Inevitable? (City Hall)
    • Connecticut Continues to Buy New Cars for New Haven Line, Though Fare Hike Rankles Some (Post)
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