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    • Citing Climate Change and Through Gritted Teeth, Bloomberg Endorses Obama (NYT, Ezra Klein)
    • Felix Salmon: Major Infrastructure Investment the Best Way to Keep New York Running ...
    • ... and the State Comptroller Doesn't Know the Cost or Where the Money Might Come From (CapNY)
    • The MTA Is Losing $18 Million a Day (News)
    • NYS DOT Capital Plan Does Not Recognize Biking and Walking as Transportation (MTR)
    • 7 Train Back in Queens; Holland Tunnel to Reopen for Buses; 4/5/F Await Power (DNA, TN)
    • The Times Talks to Bike Commuters; No Whining From This Long Islander
    • Here's Why Police Are Being Dispatched to Gas Stations (NYT, DNA 12, News)
    • Gas Station Owner to Prospective Customers: Try Biking (WSJ)
    • HOV Enforcement Glitches Clog Streets and Irritate Motorists in Inwood (DNA)
    • Jim Dwyer Sees Hope in Disagreement Between Bloomberg and Cuomo Over Sea Walls

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