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    • Audit Ordered by Cuomo and Christie Finds Port Authority Must Raise Tolls (Reuters, TransNat)
    • Cuomo Puts Lipstick on a Pig (LoHud, TransNatNYT)
    • Meet the New Boss, Etc.: Frank Seddio Installed as Brooklyn Dem Leader (News, Bklyn Paper)
    • More "LOOK!" Coverage: CapNY, ObserverNews, Gothamist; Times: Traffic Casualties All in Good Fun
    • Case of Postal Worker Who Killed Marilyn Dershowitz Goes to Jury (DNA)
    • Three Hurt in NYPD Crash in Bed-Stuy (DNA); Four Hurt in Brooklyn School Bus Collision (News)
    • Victim of Hit-and-Run Central Park Cyclist Reaches Out to Daily News
    • Post Editorial Writers Would Have Readers Think Cyclists Cause Most Car-on-Bike Crashes
    • When a School Rezoning Puts Children at Mortal Risk, Your Transportation System Is Broken (DNA)
    • EDC Looking for Ideas on Downtown Manhattan Waterfront Rehab (DNA)
    • Driving School Owners Plead to Helping Applicants Cheat on NY Commercial License Test (NYT)
    • Tony Avella Calls for Shelly Silver to Resign as Speaker (CapNY)

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