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8:59 AM EST on November 15, 2011

    • 2nd Ave Sagas: Export SBS Successes to the Rest of the Bus Network
    • Shocker - Headlines About Confused Riders on First Day of New SBS Service (DNAinfo, Metro)
    • AAA: Traffic Crashes Cost NYC Region $30 Billion a Year (MTR)
    • MTA Experiment: Get More Track Work in By Shutting Lines Down Longer (NYT, NY1, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Lhota Makes Overture to Transit Unions on Day One (Transpo Nation)
    • Look Out, MTA Riders: State Budget Gaps Could Mean More Albany Transit Raids Ahead (NYT)
    • Everyone's Talking About the Shelly Silver Bike Fall (City Room, Gothamist, NY Mag)
    • Albany and City Hall Lure Electric Truck Maker to the Bronx With $10M in Subsidies (News)
    • Vornado Additions to Port Authority Bus Terminal 100% Dead (NYT)
    • DEP Installs Four Stormwater-Catching Bioswales on Dean Street (Patch)
    • Hung Jury in Assault Case Against Man Who Punched Woman Over a Parking Spot (Post)
    • Robert Caro: Janette Sadik-Khan Is the Anti-Moses (Observer)

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