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8:55 AM EDT on July 13, 2012

    • Cuomo Phone Call Gets Vanderhoef to Drop Tappan Zee Bridge Objections (Crain's)
    • Gelinas: Plenty of Room For Compromise on Cheaper Tappan Zee Transit (Post)
    • Newsday Editor: Critics Right to Seek Answers on Tappan Zee Bridge Plans
    • City Rejects Residential Parking Permits For Stadium Neighborhoods (Post)
    • Next Level of NYPD Ticket Fixing Scandal: Officer Charged With Hiring Hit Man to Kill Witness (NYT)
    • Driver of Stolen Car Crashes Into Village Scaffolding, Sends Pedestrian to Hospital (News)
    • Driver Killed After Smashing Through Brick Wall of Bronx Storefront (NewsPost)
    • Hell's Kitchen Launches Education and Enforcement Push For Delivery Cyclists (DNAinfo)
    • Dan Garodnick and Jimmy Van Bramer Rally Against Electric Bikes (DNAinfo)
    • Financial Disclosure Requirements Leave Out Unpaid Boards Like Taxi, Landmarks Commissions (WSJ)
    • More NYT Transpo Answers: Why No Train to LaGuardia, How Subway Stations Are Named
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