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9:00 AM EST on November 22, 2011

    • Cuomo Looks to Labor Pension Funds, Including UFT and 32BJ, to Finance Tappan Zee (WSJ)
    • Chuck Schumer Sides With Staten Islanders Seeking Special Deal on Tolls (Advance)
    • Scott Stringer: Many Neighborhoods in Need of 20 MPH Zone (Post)
    • Chris Ward: "We Have to Toll the East River Bridges" (Capital NY)
    • Christie Transportation Commissioner Explains His Side in ARC Debacle (Star-Ledger)
    • Central Park Off-Leash Hours Dangerously Overlap With Peak Cycling Times (WSJ)
    • Borough Park Parking Meters to Shut Off Two Hours Earlier on Friday Nights (Jewish Week)
    • Connecticut Wins Funding for Intercity BRT System (Transpo Nation)
    • Former Sanitation Worker Privatizes Part of Street, Somehow Escapes Ticketing (Post)
    • Bronxites Demand Bus Shelter Be Restored Before Construction Complete (News)
    • Randy Mastro and Jim Walden Fire Shot Across the Bow of Occupy Milk Burger (On the Case)

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