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    • MTA Files Appeal of Payroll Tax Ruling With State's Top Court (Poughkeepsie Journal)
    • Hoboken's Promising Car-Share Data Competes With Curbside Entitlement in the Times
    • To Slow Down Drivers, Corona Students Paint Their School (DNA)
    • Daily News Gets Its Chance to Crow About Central Park Cyclists
    • Vito Lopez Succession: Meet the New Boss? (News)
    • Trials and Tribulations of Activating Lower Manhattan's Privately-Owned Public Spaces (DT Express)
    • Why Did NYC Start Letting People Store Their Cars on the Street Overnight? (Cap'n Transit)
    • Cab Fares Go Up Today (NYT, Post)
    • LIRR Finally Making Progress on Online Ticketing (MTR)
    • Attention, Vignelli Subway Map Fans: September 12 You Can Geek Out With Massimo (Bklyn Paper)

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