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9:00 AM EDT on August 24, 2012

    • MTA Warns of Devastating Service Cuts If Payroll Mobility Tax Dies (Post, CapNY)
    • Bloomberg Sarcastically Suggests Congestion Pricing as Alternative (CapNY)
    • Lhota to County Execs: Suburban Commuters Get Biggest Subsidy of All (TransNat)
    • Court's Decision Is Boost for Suburban GOP Legislators (CapTon)
    • Victim of Financial District Security Overkill ID'd as Sorel Depas-Medina (News, Post)
    • Daily News Bike Demonization Continues; Central Park Mulls Separation from Pedestrians
    • Moped Rider Allegedly Struck By NYPD in Clinton Hill; Hospitalized With Head Trauma (Gothamist)
    • 34th Street Crosstown Bus Trips 10 Percent Faster? DNAinfo Is Not Impressed
    • SBS on Hylan Boulevard Starts September 2; Riders Will Get Additional Free Transfer (SI Advance)
    • Work Will Resume Monday After Second Avenue Subway Explosion (SAS, WSJ, NY1)
    • Bloomberg Bets Future of Boro Taxi Plan on Courts, Not Legislature (Post)

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