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8:57 AM EDT on August 8, 2011

    • Silver and City Hall Think Cuomo and Christie Will Reduce Port Authority Toll Hikes (News, Post)
    • ...But The Times Reports That Cuomo Signed Off on the Plan
    • New Jersey Groups to Protest PATH Fare Hike (Jersey Journal)
    • Joanna Molloy: Toll Hikes Are Outrageous and Regressive (News)
    • Port Authority Says New Bayonne Bridge Will Have Room For Rail, But Where? When? (Star-Ledger)
    • IBO Faults MTA Funding System For Relying on Volatile Taxes (Crain'sKabak)
    • DOT: City's Sidewalks Keep Getting More Crowded (Post)
    • Summer Streets Draws Big Crowds For First Weekend (CBS)
    • Driver Hits Bronx 18-Year-Old and Flees Scene, Leaving Him in Critical Condition (News)
    • DWI Cop: Be Glad I Didn't Have My Gun on Me (Post)
    • NYS DOT's Highest-Ranking Official Isn't Joan McDonald (Buffalo News)

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