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    • Jimmy Vacca Vies With Sean Sweeney to Be Media's Go-To Anti-Bike Crank (City & State)
    • Cuomo Unmoved by Closed-Door "Summit" -- No Deal on Livery Cab Bill (NY1, WNYC)
    • Pat Foye Says Tolls Are at the Right Level, Talks Up Fast-Tracked Tappan Zee (TransNat)
    • Is Marty Markowitz Mounting a Dog-Whistle Campaign to Toll the BQE? (HuffPo)
    • Stringer-Commissioned Study Finds Walmart Would Mean Less Fresh Food for Harlem (News)
    • Bob Diamond Sues City Over Quashed Red Hook Trolley Project (Bklyn Paper)
    • SFPark Hasn't Influenced Parking Patterns as Much as Anticipated (GGW)
    • Comprehensive Read on the History of the Cycle Track From Urban Omnibus
    • Ignoring Prosecutors and Victims, Suffolk Judge Frees Repeat-DWI Offender Who Hurt Four (TRD 1, 2)
    • New York Is Second-Most Expensive City in U.S. to Buy a Home (Crain's)
    • Robert Moses' Henry Hudson Bridge Is 75 This Week (News)

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