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    • Cuomo Tells Broad Pro-Transit Tappan Zee Coalition He Won't Pay For Buses (LoHud)
    • Work Rules, Not Wages, Top Issue in MTA/TWU Negotiations So Far (News)
    • With Half-Million Rides, East River Ferries Sail Past Predictions (DNAinfo)
    • In Latest Taxi Summit, Cuomo Grills Yassky About Handicapped Permits (NewsTranspo Nation)
    • Op-Ed: Cuomo Infrastructure Fund Plan Flunks Transparency, Accountability Tests (Times-Union)
    • Transit Matters: MTA, NJ Transit, HopStop Top New York Google Searches in 2011 (Gothamist)
    • Staten Island North Shore Plan Would Boost Bike/Ped Access, But Needs MTA Assist (Advance)
    • Lew Fidler, Community Board Oppose Bike Lane Request for Emmons Avenue (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Amtrak Now Claims It Needs Rent-Free Moynihan Station to Increase Service (Bloomberg)
    • City's Child Obesity Rate Drops Over Last Five Years (NYT)
    • Architects Go Crazy With Idea of Manhattan Grid (Curbed)

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