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8:59 AM EDT on August 3, 2012

    • Tappan Zee Tolls to Rise to $14 Range, Nearly Tripling Current Rates (LoHud)
    • Tri-State Responds to Cuomo Mealymouthing on Tappan Zee Transit  (MTR)
    • Schumer Vows to Reinstate Transit Commuter Tax Benefit, Again (Capital)
    • Watch This NY1 Story to the End for Reality-Based MTA Commentary From Reporter Tina Redwine
    • MTA: Trucking Company Will Pay for Damage to Grand Central Terminal (DNA)
    • NYPD: Officers Hurt in Astoria Crash Slammed Into Parked Cars to Avoid "Darting" Child (Q Gazette)
    • School Bus and Van Collide on Bruckner Expressway, Injuring 29 (DNA)
    • London Cyclist Killed by Olympics Bus, Driver Arrested for Suspicion of Dangerous Driving (Telegraph)
    • Cap'n Transit Looks to the Past for Cues to Make Streets Safer
    • Hungry Bear, Meet the Texas Texter (KSLA)
    • Damn Bike Lanes (Bklyn Daily)

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