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    • Somehow, Daily News Comes Away From Manhattan Bridge Ride and Equates Cyclists to Mack Trucks
    • 300 Outer-Borough Parking Spaces to Get Pay-By-Phone Pilot (PostNews)
    • Toll Hikes Driven By Threatened Downgrade Of Port Authority's Growing Debt Load (WSJ)
    • City Council Forces DOT to Walk Back Staten Island Parking Lot Price Hike (SILive)
    • Community Board Asks DOT for Chelsea Bike Lanes, Local Businessman Complains (Post)
    • Bill Hammond: Cuomo's Political Virtuosity Hasn't Extended to Port Authority (News)
    • Kabuki? As Port Authority Hearings Start, Ward Stands Behind $4 Hikes, Govs Want Reduction (Post)
    • Eastern Queens Leaders Want Bus Service Restored, Feel Slighted by MTA (News)
    • Teen's Leg Broken While Saving Woman From 125th Street Hit-and-Run Driver (DNAinfo)
    • Putting a Price on Parking: Midtown Lot Sells For $21 Million (WSJ)

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