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    • Port Authority Scales Back Toll Hike; Cuomo, Christie to Cut Capital Plan (City Room, News, NY1, Crain's)
    • Alongside Requisite Doomsaying, Post Takes a Breath to Acknowledge That Infrastructure Isn't Free
    • Toll-Cheating Deadbeats Bilk Authority for Millions Every Year (NYT)
    • With $1M Parking Ticket Tab, NYPD Pulling Its Own Cars Off the Streets (DNAinfo)
    • Cyclist Jeffrey Axelrod Killed by Truck on Delancey Street; No Criminality Suspected (DNAinfo, News)
    • Collision on Upper East Side Hospitalizes Four, Pins Man Between Parked Cars (DNAinfo)
    • Upper West Side Squatter Is the Poster Boy for Parking Rate Reform (Post)
    • 700,000 American Households Have No Car, No Transit Access (Transpo Nation)
    • Throwaway Line From the New Yorker's Paul Goldberger: Cars Don't Belong in Central Park
    • Don't Tell Cuozzo About the Times Square Meeting Bowls (Gothamist)

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