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8:59 AM EST on December 9, 2011

    • Big Box Stores: In Urban Areas, Transit Now More Important Than Parking (Globe St)
    • Somehow, East Harlem's Wide Support for Bike Lanes Doesn't Appear in Daily News Article
    • Juan Gonzalez: Why Won't Cuomo Sign Taxi Bill, Help Low-Income Workers? (News)
    • More Coverage of 2011's Eight Percent Increase in Cycling (NYTObserver)
    • TransAlt Is Going After Transit-Starving Electeds, Guns Blazing (Crain's)
    • Long Island Regional Grant Goes to Suburban Smart Growth Projects (NYT)
    • Bob Turner's Priorities as Congressman: Take Toll Off Cross Bay Bridge (News)
    • Staten Islanders Get Toll Discount Expanded, But Politicians Still Want More (Advance)
    • Driver Injures Cyclist at Intersection Where Protected Bike Lane Was Supposed to Go (Bklynian)
    • Drunk NYPD Officer Drives Wrong Way on Highway For Eight Miles (Post)
    • Port Authority Begins $1B Replacement of GWB Suspender Ropes (NYT)
    • Marty Markowitz Urges Cuomo to Resume Work on BQE and Gowanus (Post)
    • Check Out What 125th Street Looked Like in 1897 (Harlem Bespoke)

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