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    • Central Park Cyclist Sues Man She Alleges Pushed Her Off Bike, Resulting in Concussion (DNA)
    • Yet the Daily News Can't Help But Mention "Spandex Scofflaws" and "Speeding Bicyclists"
    • Riders Alliance Pushes for Free Transfers From G Train to J/M and at Barclays Center (Bklyn Paper)
    • No New Taxes, Tolls, Fees, or Fares to Pay for Sandy -- We'll Use the Credit Card (TransNat, NY1, WSJ)
    • Don't Expect Subway Service to the Rockaways Until Summer (NY1)
    • Verrazano Toll Hike Slammed at S.I. MTA Hearing; P.A. Toll Hike Begins Sunday (Advance 1, 2)
    • Garodnick Drops Out of Comptroller Race, Endorses Stringer, Looks to Council Speakership (News 1, 2)
    • Quinn Wants NYC to Best London and Copenhagen Infrastructure... for Storms, Not Transport (Observer)
    • Citing FreshDirect, Liu Wants to End EDC Subsidies (Crain's)
    • Tonight and This Weekend: A New Vision for Fulton Street in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill (Brownstoner)

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