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    • Feds Release First Round of Sandy Transpo Funds; $193 Million to MTA (WSJNewsPost)
    • In Case You Forgot, East Side Access Is Way Over Budget (Crain'sCapNYNewsSecond Ave Sagas)
    • Julio Acevedo in Custody for Glauber Hit-And-Run (DNA, Gothamist, NY1WNYC, Post 1, 2, News 1, 2)
    • Key W'burg Rabbi Questions Ray Kelly on Catch-And-Release for Drunk Drivers (DNA)
    • In Other News: Sports Star Busted for DUI - $190,000 Fine, License Suspended for 3 Years (Repubblica)
    • 2012 Traffic Ticket Breakdown: NYPD Still Enforces Tinted Windows More Than Speeding (News)
    • Quinn and Vacca to DOT: Keep Parking Cheap for "Hard-Working Commuters" Like Jimmy Vacca (Post)
    • As Predicted: Peter Vallone Jr. Says Five-Minute Muni-Meter "Grace Period" Not Enough (News)
    • Candidates Say DOT Doesn't Work With Neighborhoods? CB Leaders Beg to Differ (Epoch Times)
    • Vincent Ignizio Got SBS Lights Removed; Mark-Viverito and Garodnick Want Them Back (Post)
    • Straphangers Campaign Subway Platform Report: Vandalism Up, Overall Conditions Improve (News)
    • WNYC Maps Commute Times; Southern Queens, Brooklyn Residents Have Longest Trips

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