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9:00 AM EDT on July 27, 2012

    • Eights Blocks of ACP Blvd. to Get Safety Upgrade With or Without Julius Tajiddin's OK (News)
    • Riders and Politicians Agree: Bike-Share Is Great, But They'd Like a Little Info on Start Date (NYT)
    • One in Four Staten Island Bus Riders Have Used Real-Time Transit Info (DNAinfo)
    • PATH Ridership Is Busting Through Records (The Record)
    • Metro-North Expects Ridership Records Every Year Through 2016 (LoHud)
    • Donohue: Give a Discount for Reusing MetroCard, Not a Penalty For Buying New One (News)
    • Soho's Sean Sweeney: Bike-Share Will Turn NYC Into Ho Chi Minh City (Villager)
    • De Blasio Sues Mayor to Protest Rising Fines, Including Parking Tickets and Moving Violations (NYT)
    • Why Transpo-Minded Aliens Would Think Staten Island Is the Center of the World (Transpo Nation)
    • (Gentrified) Brooklyn's Seven Scariest Bike Lanes (Bklyn Paper)
    • The MTA Keeps Churning Out Data, and People Keep Mapping It (Atlantic Cities)

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