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9:00 AM EST on November 16, 2011

    • Prospects for Tappan Zee Transit Have Been Dimming Since Cuomo Was Elected (Transpo Nation)
    • DOT Axes Baruch College Plaza Plan, Rosie Mendez Demands Explanation (DNAinfo)
    • MTA Contract Negotiations Officially Begin With TWU Demands (Crain'sPost)
    • Bike Rooms Boom in Office Buildings, at Least During Real Estate Slump (NYT)
    • Molinaro: Staten Island Toll Discount Aided by Cuomo, Blocked by Christie (Advance)
    • Bikes Allowed Rapid Response as Protesters Reacted to City Raid on Zuccotti Park (Transpo Nation)
    • Kimmelman: Parking Minimums Impede Construction of Small, Affordable Units (NYT)
    • Details Emerge About Silver's San Juan Bike Crash (NYT)
    • Police Crash Into Mercedes, Sending Car Through Rite Aid Door (Times-Ledger)
    • Deputy Mayor Joe Lhota Wanted Mayoral Control Over MTA (NYT)
    • Markowitz Testifies on Ped-Friendly Fourth Avenue Rezoning to City Council (Post)

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