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8:59 AM EDT on October 26, 2011

    • Bloomberg Sold on Secaucus 7 Extension, Hoping to Lock In Project by 2013 (Post)
    • Elected Officials and Residents Blast State For Removing Tappan Zee Transit (LoHud)
    • County Exec Astorino: Transit-Free Bridge "Penny-Wise and Pound-Foolish" (Nyack News/Views)
    • Bill Thompson's MTA Plan: Swap Payroll Tax for Commuter Tax, Add Weight-Based Vehicle Fee (Post)
    • MTA Board Member: Before Raising Staten Island Tolls Again, Toll City's Free Bridges (Advance)
    • Staten Island Republicans Call for Payroll Tax Repeal, Organize Churches and Charities (Advance)
    • TWU: No Wage Freeze If Cuomo Gives Millionaires $5 Billion Tax Cut (Capital)
    • In Tie Vote, CB 5 Committee Opts Against Requesting Sixth Avenue Bike Lane Extension (DNAinfo)
    • Sam Schwartz's Landlord Flouts Bikes In Buildings Law (AMNY)
    • Dangerous Flushing and Jamaica Streets Get Safer, But Electeds Want to Go Further (News)
    • With City Council Vote, Gifford Miller's Sheridan-Adjacent Housing to Break Ground Next Year (Crain's)

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