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    • It's Official: Melissa Mark-Viverito Becomes Council Speaker (NYT)
    • More State of the State: Penn Station Access (NYT), Airport Construction Takeover (News, Post)
    • SI Ped Dies of Injuries; Witness, Police Blame Him for Being in Driver's Way, Looking at Phone (Advance)
    • Turns Out Top Christie Aides Were Directly Involved With GWB Gridlock in Fort Lee (Record, WSJ, NYT)
    • After Sandy Flooding Damage, NJ Transit Approves Plans for Storage Yards on Higher Ground (S-L)
    • Methodist Cuts Parking in Park Slope Plan, Commits to Encouraging Transit Commuting (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Man Arrested for Hit-and-Run that Killed SI Driver (Post), Turns to YouTube for Defense Funds (Advance)
    • Alleged Drunk Driver Crashes, Laughs, Leaves Scene and Walks to Inwood Bar to Order Drink (DNA)
    • Prospect Heights Businesses Are Clamoring for More Bike Corrals (DNA)
    • Observer Editorial Presses Congress for a Fair Commuter Tax Benefit
    • Yep, It Was Cold, But New Yorkers Kept on Riding Citi Bike (NY Mag, Gothamist)
    • Transportation Planner Arrested After Notifying NYPD of Dangerous Intersection, Lawyer Says (Post)

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