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8:57 AM EST on January 25, 2012

    • PATH Posts Record Ridership After Toll Hikes, Reinvestment (WSJ)
    • State Says No Environmental Harms in Transit-Free Tappan Zee (Transpo NationLoHud)
    • Without Red Hook Customs Station, More Truck Traffic on Horizon (NYT)
    • It's Pay-To-Play on Cuomo Infrastructure Privatization Panel (NYT, WSJ)
    • Connecticut Eyes Bronx for Reverse Commute Workforce, Metro-North Expansion (News)
    • Pedestrian Countdown Signals Installed on Queens Boulevard (QCourier)
    • 63-Year-Old Suffers Head Injuries After Driver Hits Her at 14th and 7th (DNAinfo)
    • MTA Board Members Want Cuomo to Waive $75M Borrowing Fee (News)
    • Three New Traffic Lights Installed on Kent Avenue (DNAinfo)

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