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9:00 AM EDT on March 16, 2012

    • Thruway Director Says State Can't Afford TZB Transit, Yet Doesn't Know Cost of Bridge (LoHud)
    • Dilan to State: Add Transit to Tappan Zee Bridge, NY Works Fund (MTR)
    • Politicians Want to Reopen Shuttered Elmhurst LIRR Station, and MTA Is Listening (News)
    • Packed Midtown Workshop Generally Positive About Bike-Share (DNAinfo)
    • Ratner Exec Declares "Her Mission" Is to Reduce Barclays Center Parking (Post)
    • NY Republicans Lack Muscle to Restore Transit Tax Benefit in House (WSJ)
    • In Rego Park, DOT Will Add Parking to Reduce Crashes (DNAinfo)
    • Eight Seconds Added to Delancey Street Crossing Where Dashane Santana Killed (DNAinfo)
    • Nassau Street Reconstruction Will Include Traffic Calming Neckdowns (Brownstoner)
    • Senate Republicans Only Cut MTA Funding Because They Care (Capital)
    • Working Families Party Petitions For G Train Extension (Capital)
    • San Francisco's Experiment With Demand-Based Parking Is Working (NYT)

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