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8:56 AM EDT on October 24, 2011

    • Bridge Tolls Back on Albany Agenda, Queens Legislator Already Organizing in Opposition (Cap'n Transit)
    • Senators Stewart-Cousins, Carlucci Push Back Against 1950s Design for Tappan Zee Bridge (LoHud)
    • Nyack Deputy Mayor: "No Trains, No Buses, No Bikes? No Bridge!" (Nyack News and Views)
    • News: Joe Lhota Must Hold Firm Against Fare Hikes, Get Cuomo and Legislature to Fund MTA
    • Times: Lhota and Foye Lack Expertise of Walder and Ward, But at Least Governor Will Return Their Calls
    • Municipal Parking Lots Near Connecticut Metro-North Stations Over-Subsidized, Oversubscribed (WSJ)
    • Crash Victim Sues Car Rental Company for Giving Vehicle to 90-Year-Old Without New Vision Test (Post)
    • Brooklyn Paper Pens Tribute to Artist Mathieu Lefevre, Fourth Williamsburg Cyclist Killed in Four Months
    • Schielle Hagan Fought Against Putnam Pedestrian Plaza, Sits There Just the Same (Patch)
    • Two Trains Derail on 6 Line, Snarling Subway Service (WNYC)
    • Resident Discount for Manhattan Parking: Probably Not Unconstitutional (NYT)

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