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    • State of City on Transpo: Bikes, Traffic Enforcement, Livery Cabs, and Ed Koch Cameo (Transpo Nation)
    • Joan McDonald: Building Transit Would Delay Tappan Zee By Two Years (LoHud)
    • Public-Private Partnership Looking Unlikely for Tappan Zee (Daily Yorktown)
    • 1,400 Signatures Force Brooklyn CB to Reconsider Lafayette Ave. Bike Lane (NYT)
    • Jackson Heights, Daniel Dromm, Want to Make 78th Street Car-Free Every Sunday (News)
    • Liz Krueger Hits Cuomo for Ignoring Transit, Martin Dilan Reserves Judgment (City/State 12)
    • Six Injured as School Bus Driver Hits Car, Jumps Curb and Pins Pedestrian Against House (NY1, NYT)
    • For PPW NIMBYism, Iris Weinshall Named One of 100 Most Powerless New Yorkers (Voice)
    • Fresh Direct May Move to Bronx For Better Freight Rail Access (Crain's)
    • Enviros: Listening to the People Means Putting Transit on Tappan Zee (CapTon)
    • Sidewalks Widened Near Manhattan Bridge Entrance, Plaza Construction to Start in 2013 (DNAinfo)

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