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    • Lhota: Islanders Fans Won't Take Transit to Barclays? That's "Complete and Unadulterated Bull" (WSJ)
    • AYR: Islanders' Move Shows That Officials Should Have Driven a Harder Bargain With Ratner
    • Countdown Clocks Not Coming to Lettered Lines Anytime Soon (TransNatNews, DNA)
    • Subway Cell Service Will Expand in Manhattan and Queens in 2013 (Post)
    • L.I. State Senators Oppose Bronx Metro-North; They Need All of Penn Station for Themselves (DNA)
    • At Last: Vance Convenes Task Force to Get Tough on -- Oh Wait, Never Mind (Crain's)
    • Serious Crash on Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge, After CB 10 Voted Against Safety Fixes (Brooklyn Daily)
    • Locals Pan Council Member Mathieu Eugene’s Weak-Tea Traffic Calming Ideas (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Greyhound's YO! Curbside Bus, Spurned From Seward Park, Looks to Pike Street (Lo-Down)
    • TA Advocate Falls Short of Breaking Subway Record; Might Have Been Easier Before Service Cuts (Post)

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