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9:01 AM EST on February 10, 2012

    • Tappan Zee DEIS Fails to Explain Cost of Transit or How to Fund Bloated Road (MTR)
    • Quinn State of the City Doesn't Mention Transportation, Urban Planning (NYT)
    • Tappan Zee Bidders Are Same Companies With Massive Cost Overruns on Nearby Projects (LoHud)
    • Andrea Bernstein Explains How House Transpo Bill Would Batter NYC (WNYC)
    • Port Authority Audit Intended to Allow Governors to "Dismantle an Institution" (Crain's)
    • Driver Injures Cyclist at Vanderbilt and Myrtle (Patch)
    • A Billboard Fell Onto a Highway? Vacca Is on It (News)
    • Albany Democrats Want Independent Inspector General for NYPD (NYT)
    • Lizardo Aldana, 89-Year-Old Killed By Driver, Stayed in City to Stay Independent (Post)
    • Growth of Digital, Creative Firms Helped Make Hudson Square a Bike Neighborhood (DNAinfo)
    • NYC DOT Wins Plaudits For Embracing Technology (Thirteen)

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