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10:41 AM EDT on August 15, 2011

    • Car Guy Cuomo Never Rode the Subway Much, Now in Charge of Nation's Biggest Transit System (NYT)
    • Pete Donohue: Cuomo Should Sign the MTA Lockbox Bill, His First Big Transit Test (News)
    • The Gov Is Partial to Bypassing the Surface Transportation System Altogether (News)
    • This Is How the Daily News Responds to an Invite to Bike and Walk Across the Manny B
    • The Post Piggybacks on the Bridge Conflict Theme: Cyclists and Peds Fight Over Brooklyn Bridge Scraps
    • Be Sure to Read This "Complaint Box" Installment in City Room the Whole Way Through
    • Dem Establishment Apparently Wants Inez Dickens to Be the Next City Council Speaker (Politicker)
    • Check Out What the Future East River Greenway Might Look Like (MTR)
    • What Street Safety and Transit Improvements Will DOT Propose for Woodhaven Blvd? (Q Chron)
    • Cab Driver Smashes Into Scaffolding on Watts Street, Injuring Four (DNAinfo)
    • Saturday: Washington Ave Goes Car-Free (Brooklyn Paper)

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