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    • Cuomo Wants to Broker Deal, Not Sign Bill, on Livery Cabs (NYT, News)
    • DMV Dropping Vision Test For License Renewal, Trusts People to Self-Certify Eyesight (Post)
    • MTA Adds Two Years to Completion Date for East Side Access, as Feds Predicted (NewsPost)
    • LIC Businesses Want More Free and More Subsidized On-Street Parking (News)
    • News: Since We Don't Trust Studies, Tinkering With 34th at All Could Only Conceivably Slow Traffic
    • The Post Doesn't Realize Community Input Already Required For Bike Projects
    • ...And Illustrates Story With Vignette of Man Hit By Cyclist, Without Serious Injury. In 2007. (Post)
    • MTA to Sell Real Estate, Including 370 Jay Street and Air Rights Over Bus Depot (WSJ)
    • Massapequa Park to Use Sensors For Electronic Parking Enforcement (Newsday)
    • Two Bronx Subway Stations Set For Renovations (News)

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