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8:57 AM EDT on July 10, 2012

    • Bloomberg Stands Behind Vanderbilt Ave Plaza (Post)
    • ...While Psycho Steve Cuozzo Froths at the Mouth (Post)
    • Spike Lee Misses Old School Street Games, Pleads for Nets Fans to Take the Train (NY Mag)
    • Stickball Lives on in East Harlem, at Least on Sundays (NYT)
    • Amtrak Updates NEC High-Speed Rail "Vision" With Lower Costs, More Riders, and Pics (TransNat)
    • Battery Park City Bike-Share NIMBY: Station Site Dangerous "Because You’ve Got All the Kids" (TriTrib)
    • Daily News Hands a Megaphone to Q41 Bus NIMBYs
    • Driverless Subways: If Paris and Glasgow Can Do It, Why Can't NYC? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Lhota and Samuelsen Team Up With Daily News to Honor Transit Workers
    • Good Samaritan Wants to Know: Is This Your Bike? (News)

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