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8:56 AM EST on February 6, 2012

    • Missing Funding Plan for Tappan Zee Delays Construction Process (WSJ)
    • DCP May Lift Parking Maximums Near Theater District, Hospitals (NYT)
    • ...While In Brooklyn,  Little Parking Minimum Relief May Be Coming (NYT)
    • Greenwood Heights Residents Propose Their Own 20 MPH Speed Limit (Bklyn Paper)
    • Long Island Senators Keep Trying to Chip Away at MTA Payroll Tax (WSJ)
    • Advance: State Shouldn't Underfund MTA, Then Charge Them For Debt
    • SUV Driver Hits Car, Curb, Scaffolding (Post)
    • Rangel, Nadler, Lhota and Sadik-Khan to Speak Out Against GOP Attack on Transit (AMNY)
    • Nan Hayworth: Transit-Free Tappan Zee as Great as House Transpo Bill (LoHud)
    • Post Connects Lew Fidler's Parking Entitlement With Carl Kruger's Accepting Bribes
    • Genting Would Only Fund Super-Express A Train to Convention Center (Kabak)
    • Report Suggests MTA Cut Service For Lower-Ridership Fridays (News)

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