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9:00 AM EDT on July 17, 2012

    • New York Can Hardly Wait for Bike-Share Launch (NYT, WSJ, TransNat, News, DNA)
    • Cuomo's Inflated Costs for TZB Transit Are Six Times Higher Than L.A. BRT (MTR)
    • Without Transit, Access to Jobs in the Hudson Valley Will Remain Dismal (MTR)
    • De Blasio Catching Up to Quinn and Stringer in 2013 Mayoral Fundraising Race (NYT)
    • "Council Speaker Vacca" -- It Could Happen (News)
    • Cabbie Strikes 87-Year-Old Woman By Port Authority; Victim in Serious Condition (DNA)
    • Barclay's Neighbors: DOT's RPP Study Failed to Consider Traffic Mitigation (Bklyn Paper)
    • East River Ferry Hits Million Passenger Milestone Sooner Than Expected (DNA)
    • The Difference Between MTA and L.A. Metro? L.A. Has Political Support and Marketing Savvy (CapNY)
    • Stop the Presses: A Garbage Truck Driver Grazed Katie Holmes' Benz (Post)
    • James Dolan Needs to Just Sign Jeremy Lin Already (WSJ, News)

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