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8:56 AM EST on January 11, 2012

    • Real-Time Bus Info Launches for All of Staten Island (Transpo Nation)
    • Even Police-Friendly Peter Vallone Thinks NYPD Traffic Enforcement Inadequate (Voice)
    • After Drunk Driver Nearly Kills Teen, City Island Forces Bar to Close (News)
    • Another Bike/Ped Crash on Prospect Park Downhill (Bklyn Paper)
    • Joe Lhota Declares Self "Rider-Chairman," Vows to Focus on Subway Eyesores (News)
    • News: Lhota Must Find New Money to Pay for MTA Capital Plan, Protect Existing Revenues
    • Restoring MTA's Image Top Priority for Lhota (Transpo Nation)
    • Lhota Claims Good Relationship With Cuomo, Administration (CapTon)
    • Lhota Could Not Be Better Prepared to Take On Subway Rat Problem (Post)
    • MTA Labor Demands Include Cuts to Health and Vacation Days (Post)
    • In Garment District, Parking Is Latest Conflict Between Residents and Industry (DNAinfo)
    • City Council-Created Street Closure Map Goes Live (DNAinfo)

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