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8:59 AM EDT on August 10, 2011

    • Times: Governors Should Quit Feigning Surprise at Port Authority Toll Hike, Keep Most of It In Place
    • Andrea Bernstein's Comprehensive Take on the Port Authority Fare/Toll Hikes (Transpo Nation)
    • Hudson County Dems React to Port Authority Plan Very Differently (Politicker NJ)
    • Jim Dwyer Adds to Chorus of Praise for Chris Ward (NYT)
    • Ravitch on Carey's MTA Policies: "Let's Hope It Happens Again" (NY1)
    • Study: Cross-Harbor Freight Tunnel Would Reduce Truck Traffic, Even in New England (Crain's)
    • Cas Holloway "Another Ally" at City Hall, Says DOT Insider (Observer)
    • More Coverage of Bike Lanes' 66 Percent Approval Rating (NY1ObserverPost)
    • NY1 Accentuates the Negative in Select Bus Service Hit Piece
    • Finding Music in Holland Tunnel Honking: Impressively Zen, or Stockholm Syndrome? (NYT)

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