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8:59 AM EDT on July 25, 2013

    • MTA Budget Continues Biannual Fare Hikes (NYTNewsPostWNYC2nd Ave. Sagas)
    • Thompson Gets Polling Boost: Would Defeat Weiner or Quinn in Runoff (NewsCapNYAdvance)
    • Council Approves 10-Year Deadline for MSG (NewsCrain'sWNYCObserverCapNYAYR)
    • Bay Ridge CB Set to Restart Discussion of Fourth Avenue Traffic Calming Plan Next Week (News)
    • Lander Bill Would Require DOT to Create Citywide BRT Plan (WNYCCapNY)
    • City Council Approves Tennis Center Expansion, Including New Parking, in Park (NYTCapNY, DNA)
    • Gillibrand: TZB Loan Approval Taking Too Long; Foxx: Feds Reviewing Credit Right Now (LoHud)
    • Electeds Ask EDC to Push MTA for Transfer of Delancey Underground to City for Lowline (Lo-Down)
    • Port Authority Cuts Tolls in Half for Trucks Going to Staten Island Container Port (Advance)
    • Mapping the Ebb and Flow of Citi Bike (Curbed)

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