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    • One or Two Things Go Wrong, and the MTA Budget Will Be in Shambles (MTR)
    • Mayor Menino at Boston Bike-Share Launch: "The Car Is No Longer King" (Herald)
    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Q Poll and Bike Counts: Bklyn Paper, Post, DNAinfo, City Room
    • That's It? Turn Signal and Ped Countdowns Contemplated for Deadly Harlem Intersection (DNAinfo)
    • Jamaica Parents Pursue Civil Action Against Drunk Driver Who Killed Their Daughter (Queens Chron)
    • Westchester Exec Calls for Building New Tappan Zee Bridge Sans Transit (MTR)
    • Alex Marshall: Lessons for the MTA From the Next Transit System Jay Walder Will Run (News)
    • MTA Gets 700 Texts a Day Asking for Real-Time Info on the B63 (Transpo Nation)
    • Real-Time Bus Info Coming to All of Staten Island Before the Year Is Out (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • The Wrong Way to Put a Price on Parking (West Side Spirit)
    • Celeb Chef Marcus Samuelsson Invites You to Go Out for Dinner and a Bike Ride (Gothamist)

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