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    • Full Details About March Fare Hike, Including $1 New MetroCard Fee (2nd Ave SagasGothamistPost)
    • Liu Attends S.I. Anti-Toll Rally; MTA Board Member Rails Against Bridge Tolls Funding Transit (Advance)
    • DOT Eliminates or Adjusts Left Turns After 2010 Study Highlights Danger (Post)
    • Woman Has Cardiac Arrest and Severe Head Trauma After She's Hit by Driver in Bensonhurst (News)
    • Plans for MetroCard Replacement Remain Vague (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Post: What Next Year's Super Bowl "Fan Zone" on Broadway Needs Is More Cars
    • Brooklyn Paper Rounds Up Some NIMBYs for Its South Williamsburg Plaza Plan Story
    • Lhota: Commuter Tax, Gone Since 1999, Should Come Back to Fund City (NewsdayCapNYAdvance)
    • NY Mag Christine Quinn Profile: Her Dad Didn't Like Congestion Pricing, and She Quotes Jane Jacobs
    • S.I. Advance Ferry Editorial Can't Help But Mention Bike Lanes (Gothamist)
    • Mott Haven Residents Have Vision for Harlem River Rail Yards -- Minus FreshDirect (News)

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