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    • Bloomberg: Don't Spend Money on Subway Storm-Proofing; Use It for Expansion Instead (CapNYSAS)
    • Toll Increase in Effect for Port Authority Crossings Despite AAA Lawsuit (TransNat)
    • Siena Poll: 59 Percent Say MTA Has Handled Sandy Recovery Well (News)
    • Post: "Taking On More Debt Is In No Way a Free Lunch" for MTA Sandy Recovery
    • Driver Crashes Onto Bowery Sidewalk, Injuring Pedestrians (Bowery Boogie)
    • For Some Bushwick Community Board Members, It's Either a Bike Corral or More Street Lights (DNA)
    • Manhattan Gridlock Even Slows Down Traffic on the Tolled Queens Midtown Tunnel (Post)
    • R Train Returns to Lower Manhattan, But Will Not Cross River to Brooklyn Until End of Year (SAS)
    • Staten Island Railway Begins Restoring Some Express Service (Advance)
    • Push for Temporary South Shore Ferry Service to Be Made Permanent (Advance)
    • Contract Awarded for Verrazano Deck Replacement and New HOV Lane (NY1)

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