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8:57 AM EDT on August 11, 2011

    • Cuomo and Christie Toll/Fare Hike Routine Isn't Fooling Anyone (News)
    • PA Toll Hike Plan Feeds Staten Island's Exceptional Sense of Victimhood (Fox5)
    • Mark-Viverito Welcomes Commitment to Bring Protected Bike Lanes to East Harlem (DNAinfo)
    • "Errant Vehicle," a.k.a. an SUV Driver, Kills Three Seniors Out for a Walk in Albany (AP)
    • When Drivers See the Mileage Fees Steadily Climb, Behavior Changes Fast (NYT)
    • Markowitz Aide Carlo Scissura Will Oversee Task Force to Improve Fourth Ave (Post)
    • Congestion Pricing Is Near the Top of Tom Acitelli's MTA Wishlist (Observer)
    • What's With All the Anti-Bike Road Rage? (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Park Advocate Geoffrey Croft Wants More Summer Streets Outside Manhattan (PIX)
    • Five Ideas to Expand and Improve Summer Streets From Cap'n Transit

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