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    • Jeff Klein Sides With Senate Republicans in Power-Sharing Arrangement (NYT, Crain'sNews)
    • The Lhota-for-Mayor Trial Balloon May Turn Into a Real Candidacy Soon (NYT)
    • Can Off-Set Bus Lanes Lift 125th Street Bus Riders Out of the Traffic Quagmire? (DNA)
    • Occupy Sandy, Please Stick to Stellar Relief Work and Stay Out of Transportation Policy (DNA)
    • Bike Corral Sprouts on Franklin Ave, the Fourth One in Brooklyn Since Last August (Patch, Bklyn Spoke)
    • Bklyn Paper Tale of Woe Has It All: A Blocked Driveway, Un-used Gas, Cruising for Parking, Etc.
    • Inside the Entitled Minds Behind the Red Light Camera Lawsuit (Advance)
    • Suffolk Adopts Countywide Complete Streets Policy (MTR)
    • Footage of Jay-Z Riding the R Is Great Transit-Oriented Propaganda (Gawker)
    • Attn: Publishers -- #BikeNYC Photog Dmitry Gudkov Looking for a Book Deal! (ArtCrank)

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