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8:59 AM EST on January 29, 2013

    • With No Payback Plan in Sight, Thruway Authority to Borrow $500M for Tappan Zee (MTR)
    • Twice as Many NYC Homes and Buildings Encompassed by Revised Flood Zones (NYT)
    • Bloomberg Admin Drops Plans to Outsource Parking Meter Operations (WSJ)
    • Obstruction Sensors Seen as Alternative to Subway Platform Doors (CapNY, NYT, SAS)
    • MTA Says G Train Improvements Are Under Consideration (Bklyn Paper)
    • SoHo Community Board Asks City to Revive Street Vendor Review Panel (DNA)
    • The Times Profiles Extreme Bike Commuters; Everyday Riders GudkovGoodyear and Gordon Respond
    • DOT to Take Down All "No Honking" Signs, and AAA New York Approves (NYT)
    • School Bus Driver Hits Pole in Williamsburg (DNA); Five Hurt in UES Express Bus Crash (Post)
    • "Outer Borough" Candidate Bill de Blasio Praises Ray Kelly, Disses Times Square (FoxCapNY, WNYC)
    • Imagine Commissioner Kelly Presiding Over a 10-Day Break From Vehicular Violence (Post)

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