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8:59 AM EST on February 1, 2013

    • Waiting for Cuomo to Name MTA Head, Advocates Warm to Prendergast (CapNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • The Post's Transpo Reporter Picks Up Our 2012 Fatality Analysis -- Will Their Editorial Board?
    • Vincent Gentile Wants to Make Sure Community Board Bigs Don't Lose Parking Perks (Bklyn Daily)
    • Assembly Members Want Car Fees and Taxes Waived for Sandy Replacements (Bensonhurst Bean)
    • The Long, Troubled History of the Taxi Medallion (CapNY)
    • Thruway Authority to Host Public Meetings with TZB Design-Build Team Next Week (YNN, Daily Voice)
    • Providing 1,500 Free Lights, Bells and Vests to Commercial Cyclists (Crain's)
    • Recchia Drops from Brooklyn BP Race, Clearing Way for Adams; Will Challenge Grimm Instead (News)
    • In 2012, NJ Transit Trains Had Record On-Time Performance (Post)
    • Work Progressing Quickly on Pedestrian Bridge to Brooklyn Bridge Park (Brownstoner)

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