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8:52 AM EDT on October 17, 2011

    • Journal News: "It Is As If Robert Moses Was Being Channeled" Without Transit on Tappan Zee
    • East River Ferry Service Popular, But High Subsidies Stand in Way of Expansion (NYT)
    • Bay Ridge Merchants Happy to See Meter Prices Rise If It Makes Parking Easier (Bklyn Paper)
    • Kimmelman: Occupy Wall Street Shows Power of Public Space (NYT)
    • The News Wants Entire Taxi Fleet Handicapped-Accessible, Bloomberg Does Not (NewsPost)
    • City Promotes, But Does Not Require, Bike Helmets as Bike-Share Approaches (NYT)
    • Aging MTA Buses Mean More Frequent Breakdowns (News)
    • NYPD Data Show Distracted Driving Top Cause of August Crashes (News)
    • With Transit Scrapped From Tappan Zee, State Scrubs Website of Old Documentation (Cap'n Transit)
    • Could Leaving Old Tappan Zee Up As Bike/Ped Bridge Save on Demolition Costs? (NYT)
    • Amtrak Blocking Completion of Bronx River Greenway, But Serrano Pushes for Resolution (News)
    • Pete Donahue Says Joe Lhota "Right Fit" For MTA, Can't Explain Why (News)
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