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    • Weekend Subway Ridership Highest Since 1947, Weekday Highest Since 1951 (News)
    • City Vehicle Fleet Larger Than Under Giuliani, With Smaller City Workforce (Post)
    • At Tappan Zee Hearings, Support For Transit Expected to Again Top Agenda (LoHud)
    • Post: Only "Lawyer-Larded Luddites" Oppose Transit-Free Tappan Zee
    • In Prospect Park, DOT Removes Orange Barrels, Asks What To Do Next (Bklyn Paper)
    • New Jersey Vehicular Murderer Held on $3 Million Bail (Post)
    • Meet a Few of Manhattan's Top NIMBYs (Crain'sNYT)
    • MTA Moves Aggressively and Successfully to Collect Fines (News)
    • Interactive Map Shows Hudson Valley's Most Dangerous Roads (LoHud)
    • Boston's Top Bike-Share Users, None Previously a Bike Commuter, Like Convenience (Your Town)

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