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    • Denise Richardson: Senate Capital Plan Cuts Would Be an Upstate Job-Killer (CapTon)
    • Newsman Adam Lisberg to Lead MTA Communications (Capital, TransNat, Politicker)
    • Data Show More Manhattan Commuters Living in Northern New Jersey (WNYC)
    • Crain's Picks Up the Gridlock Sam Road Pricing Plan
    • Brooklyn's Tallest Building Could Rise at Albee Square Site (Bklyn Paper)
    • The Times Runs a Decent Story on Celebrity Bike Culture ...
    • ... And a Better One on NYU's Burgeoning Bike-Share Program; Plus: More From DNA
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Wreaks Havoc in Bensonhurst, Leaves Cyclist Critical (News, Post)
    • In Elmhurst and Maspeth, Companies Take Advantage of Lenient Parking Policies (News)
    • Smith-9th Street Subway Station Won't Reopen Until Fall (News)
    • Lappin Says Riders Need Leeway on SBS Fare Enforcement (DNA)
    • 14th Street Pedestrian Plaza Occupied by Gigantic Ad Installation (Uni)
    • Heresy: Republicans See Obama Plot to Decrease Gas Consumption (NPR)

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