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8:55 AM EDT on October 19, 2011

    • Gene Russianoff's Checklist for New MTA Chief: Cut Borrowing, Stick Up for Congestion Pricing (News)
    • Hasidim Enforce Gender Segregation on Public Franchise B110 Bus (NYWorld)
    • With 39 Percent of Drivers Speeding, Staten Island Pols Get Behind Camera Enforcement (Advance)
    • Check Out This Nice Interactive Map of MetroCard Swipe Data (WSJ)
    • Port Authority, MTA Finances Drive Conflict Between Cuomo and Bloomberg (Crain's)
    • Harsh Winter Meant Pothole Repair Time Doubled Despite Increased DOT Efforts (News)
    • Washington Heights CB Rejects Parking-Packed Towers Over Height Concerns (NYT)
    • Four Teams Submit Proposals for Massive Willets Point Redevelopment Project (NYT)
    • Even Hell's Kitchen Drivers Happy to See Parking Spaces Turned Into Parkland (DNAinfo)
    • Traffic Managers Haven't Stopped Fights Over Insufficient Brooklyn Bridge Bike/Ped Space (Bklyn Paper)

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