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8:58 AM EST on February 1, 2012

    • CB 4 Chair: Put Bike-Share Stations on Street, Not Sidewalk (Transpo Nation)
    • Advocates: Reactivate Rockaway Branch, Create Rego Park Transit Hub (News)
    • Try to Expand Rail Freight, Get Investigated by the Assembly (NYT)
    • Crash Videos Don't Show Lefevre Trying to Pass Truck on Right (NYT)
    • Drunk Driver Gets Five Years Probation for Killing Six-Year-Old in Queens (Post)
    • Staten Island Advance Isn't Content With New Toll Discounts, Wants More (12)
    • Buffalo and Niagara Falls Riders Rally for Albany to Support Transit (WIVB)
    • Someone Is Either Stealing Ghost Bikes, Or Pretending To (Gothamist)
    • Chris Christie Turns Port Authority Into Patronage Machine (Transpo Nation)
    • NYPD to Expand Presence on Navy Street Overpass (Bklyn Paper)
    • LeBron to Reporters: "You Guys Drove Here? You Guys Are Crazy" (WSJ)

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