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8:58 AM EDT on July 2, 2012

    • Despite Danger, CB 10 Still Hasn't OKed Adam Clayton Powell Traffic Calming Plan (NYT)
    • Seifman: City Skipping Planned Street Test of Bike-Share System, Alta Can Raise Rates (Post)
    • Federal Transpo Bill Could Mean Cheaper Loans for Tappan Zee, Financing Still Murky (Journal News)
    • Journal News: Cuomo Admin Needs to Start Communicating About Tappan Zee
    • Four Injured as Taxi Crashes Into Broadway Staples (Gothamist)
    • Eight-Year-Old Frankelly Acevedo Hospitalized by Hit-And-Run Livery Cab (News)
    • Real-Time Bus Info Provides Some Consolation for Red Hook Service Cuts (Transpo Nation)
    • Anti-Occupy Barriers Force Pedestrians Into Street Near Wall Street Bull, Says CB (Post)
    • Subway Manufacturer Agrees to Stay in Yonkers (WSJ)
    • Schumer Bill to Display Bus Company Safety Grades Passes Congress (WSJ)
    • Meet Thomas Abdalleh, MTA's Chief Environmental Engineer (Epoch Times)

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