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    • Select Bus Service Only Gets NYC Part of the Way to a Real BRT Network (CapNY)
    • Kimmelman: Don't Rebuild the City the Same as It Was Before the Storm (NYT)
    • Delivery Trucker Kills Skateboarder Near Union Square North (Gothamist)
    • Goodbye, Punching Bag -- NYers Rate MTA's Sandy Response Higher Than Red Cross's (TransNat)
    • Can Inflatable Subway Tube Plugs Withstand the Next Flood and the Rats? (NYT)
    • Giuliani Camp Feeds the Lhota-for-Mayor Buzz (WSJ)
    • With Roads and Rails Devastated By Sandy, NJ Needs to Rethink Its Transpo Priorities (MTR)
    • Idling, Illegally Parked Livery Cars Swamp Neighborhood Streets Near Barclays Center (Bklyn Paper)
    • Times Transpo Beat: The Rental Car Situation Right Now Is So Seinfeldian
    • Daniel Craig's Staten Island Road Test Got Him a Lifetime License to Drive Anywhere in NYC (Post)
    • "Asphalt Nation" Author Jane Holtz-Kay Is Dead at 74 (NYT)

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