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8:59 AM EDT on June 14, 2012

    • Bloomberg: Sheridan Teardown Would Create Too Much Neighborhood Truck Traffic (WNYC)
    • Citing Truck Traffic, Lawsuit Filed to Stop FreshDirect's City-Funded Move to South Bronx (NYT, WNYC)
    • Experts Weigh Odds of Hudson Rail Tunnel; Lhota: New York Lacks Transpo Leadership (Capital)
    • Lhota: Young New Yorkers More Invested in Transit Than Their Albany Representatives (Capital, Kabak)
    • Andrew Cuomo's Transportation Agenda: Hundreds of Subsidized Electric Car Stations (Capital)
    • Lhota Holds Up Bus Lane Cameras After Learning City Gets All Ticket Revenue (News, Kabak)
    • Rachel Weinberger: LA's Transit System Will Soon Be Superior to New York's (Transpo Nation)
    • Bloomberg Thinks Ray Kelly's NYPD Gets Plenty of Oversight (DNA)
    • Justin Murray, 49, Killed by Van Driver on Queens Boulevard (Post)
    • Ex-Cop Gets Six Months in Jail for Midtown DWI Crash That Injured Passengers (DNA)
    • NIMBYs Fear Change in Fort Greene! Also: Public Gathers to Reimagine Fulton Street (DNA)
    • De Blasio: More Yellow Cab Medallions Now, Livery Hails Later ... Maybe (News)
    • Tri-State's Loss = New York's Gain: Executive Director Kate Slevin to Join NYC DOT (MTR)

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