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8:57 AM EDT on July 26, 2011

    • NBBL's Star Witness Hit With Second Ethics Fine in Six Months (Post, City Room, Bklyn Paper, NY1)
    • MTA May Move Ahead With $1 MetroCard Surcharge in 2012 (News)
    • Would Jay Walder Have Stayed If the Governor Had Made Transit a Top Priority? (Cap NY)
    • Ugh: Richard Brodsky Coyly Deflects Suggestion He'll Be Tapped to Replace Walder (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • The Bronx Has NYC's Filthiest Subway Stations (Post)
    • Check Out the Press Attention Bike-Share Is Getting in Boston (Globe)
    • World's Biggest Apple Store Coming to Grand Central (NY1, 2nd Ave Sagas, WSJ)
    • Evolution of Downtown Brooklyn: McDonald's Site Will Transform Into Surface Parking (Brownstoner)
    • Car Guy Cuomo Teaches Teenage Daughters to Drive Gas Guzzlers Defensively and Attentively (NYT)
    • Park Slope Awaits Response From "Seniors for Safety" to Automotive Havoc (FiPS, Here's Park Slope)
    • Meet "Neighbors for Better Marriage Equality Laws" (Gothamist)

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