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8:58 AM EDT on July 9, 2012

    • Crain's Gets Some New Details on Grand Central Upzoning Plan, Coming Soon
    • ...Including a Five-Block Ped Plaza That The Post Does Not Approve Of
    • Cuomo Sends in Top Aide to Take Over Tappan Zee Project (Post)
    • County Execs Don't Want TZB Vote Until September, When Information Available (LoHud)
    • SoHo Minivan Driver Hits Two Pedestrians, Mounts Sidewalk (DNAinfo)
    • SUV Driver Rear-Ends City Bus, Sends Six to Hospital (DNAinfo)
    • On East 109th, The Street Is Still Used For Stickball (NYT)
    • Stereotypes Busted: Check Out The NYT's Photo Representing Un-Gentrified Brooklyn
    • NYC Isn't Anywhere Near Introducing Driverless Trains (Atlantic Cities)
    • Would Olympics 2024 Bring Another Round of New Infrastructure? (News)
    • Medical Foundation Exec: I Bike to Work For Speed, Exercise and Time Outside (NYT)
    • At CT Train Stations, Riders Group Pushes For Subsidized Parking Over TOD (The Hour)

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