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    • Confirmed: Tappan Zee Replacement Will Keep Highway Widening, Drop Transit (LoHud)
    • Feds Pushed State to "Streamline" Tappan Zee Plans, Leave Transit For Later (NYT)
    • MTA Hasn't Been Invited to Cuomo's Tappan Zee Meetings For Months (Transpo Nation)
    • Giuliani Aide Tops Short List For MTA Chief, Five Others Under Consideration (News)
    • Stats Show Safety Gains From Columbus Ave Bike Lane; Andrew Albert Not Won Over (DNAinfoPost)
    • With NYPD Still in Violation of Traffic Data Law, T.A. Maps Traffic Danger on Its Own (News)
    • Tolls Increase on Upstate Bridges (LoHud)
    • Staten Island Republicans to Host Forum Attacking MTA Payroll Tax (Advance)
    • From Port Authority to Gracie Mansion? Supporters Float Chris Ward Trial Balloon (Observer)
    • Times Transpo Beat: Deciphering Taxi Roof Lights Integral to Real New Yorker Status

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