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8:56 AM EST on December 14, 2011

    • NYT to Cuomo: Stop Stalling and Sign the Outer-Borough Taxi Bill
    • Taxi Deal Sidelined By Fight Over Hospital Privatization (Post)
    • Signing MTA Tax Cut, Cuomo Promises to Build More Roads (Newsday)
    • Cuomo Public-Private Investment Plan Doesn't Offer Much for MTA (HuffPo)
    • On Tappan Zee Bridge, "Are Governments Coercing Funds to Invest?" (Asset Int'l)
    • Upper West Side CB Asks E-Bike Riders for License and Registration (DNAinfo)
    • Eight-Mile Extension of NJ Transit Light Rail Moves Forward (Star-Ledger)
    • Donations Keep Bicycle Sundays in Place on Bronx River Parkway (LoHud)
    • At PATH Station, Hoboken Installs Bike Racks and Repair Kit (NBC)
    • Outer Borough Cabs Would Be Painted Green (Crain's)

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