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8:56 AM EST on December 5, 2011

    • Port Authority Toll Increases Spur Ridership Jump on PATH and NJ Transit (NYT)
    • Staten Island Excited to Get First Pedestrian Plaza, Already Applying For Three More (NY1)
    • County Execs Blast Cuomo For Scrapping Tappan Zee Transit, Steamrolling Locals (CapTon)
    • Kate Slevin: Transit-Free Tappan Zee "Civics Lesson In How Not to Do A Transportation Project" (LoHud)
    • Cuomo Calls For Stimulus, But Only to Build Roads and Bridges (NYTBuffalo News)
    • Tax Reform Talks May Touch Payroll Tax, Though MTA Would Be Reimbursed For Cuts (News)
    • Pete Donohue: Senate GOP Plan to Cut Payroll Tax Would Cripple Transit, and Long Island (News)
    • From Great Neck to Southampton, Long Island Begins to Embrace Walkability (NYT)
    • Taxi Riders Would Prefer Cabbies Drive Less Aggressively (Post)
    • One Hospitalized After Car Slams Through Wall of Flatbush Grocery (Gothamist)
    • Michael Kimmelman Looks at Public Space from Ped Plazas to Penn Station (NYT)
    • In Chelsea, Private Parking "Sky Garages" Cost $800,000 A Pop (NYT)

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