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    • Cuomo Post-Sandy Commission Recommends Rail Network Expansions, Subway Gates (NYTNews)
    • More Coverage of Flatiron Cyclist Death (NYT, Post 1, 2NY1, Gothamist, DNA)
    • Driver Kills Unidentified Bronx Pedestrian, 55; Witness Cites Speed; NYPD: "No Criminality" (PostNews)
    • Christie Defends NJ Transit Decision Not to Empty Kearny Rail Yard Before Sandy (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • School Bus Strike Could Change Commutes for 152,000 Students This Week (NYTNews)
    • Commute-by-Transit and Car-Free Rates for T&I Committee Members' Districts (Cap'n Transit)
    • Punishment for Vito Lopez Includes a Bad Parking Spot in Albany (News)
    • The Post <3 Joe Lhota (12)
    • Would the "Low Line" Be Worth More as a Park or a Transit Depot? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • An Argument for Protected Bike Lanes, in One Picture (Dmitry Gudkov)

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