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8:58 AM EDT on June 29, 2012

    • State Will Let Rush Hour Buses Ride in New Tappan Zee's Extra-Wide Shoulders (LoHud)
    • New York City Grew Faster Than Its Suburbs in 2010-2011 (NYT)
    • DOT Inspectors Will Teach and Enforce Delivery Bike Rules to UWS Restaurants (DNAinfo)
    • Matt Chaban Dives in Deep on Potential Grand Central-Area Upzoning (Observer)
    • Queens Two-Year-Old Will Survive After Being Hit By Bus (News)
    • After Long History, Brooklyn Greenway Now Has a City Budget Line (Capital)
    • Bike Safety Education Put on Front-Burner Before Bike-Share Launch (Thirteen)
    • Viral Video Showing Subway Stair Stumbles Gets Quick Results From MTA (NYT, Kabak)
    • Federal Court Says Taxi System in Compliance With Disability Law (NYT)
    • Adorable: MTA Gives MetroCard Mobile and J Train Onesie to Baby Born on Subway (Post)

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