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8:58 AM EST on February 11, 2014

    • TZB Transit Task Force Summary Proposes Queue-Jumping, I-287 Median Bus Station (LoHud)
    • City Has Issued Fewer Parking Tickets This Year; Post Outraged the Number's Not Lower
    • Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill CBs Split on Slow Zone (DNA)
    • Couple Drives Off Elevated Bruckner Expressway; Three Suffer Minor Injuries (WCBS, Gothamist)
    • Replacing Bluestone at Plaza by Brooklyn Borough Hall to Cost City $11 Million (Bklyn Paper)
    • Reynoso's Zoning Ideas "Just in the Idea Stage," Staff Says (Gothamist, Bklyn Paper)
    • Times Ledger Covers Push to Convert Queens Motor Parkway Into Greenway
    • It's Official: Joseph Giulietti Takes Over as President of Metro-North (WCBS)
    • MTA Extends Proposed Far West Side Bus Route; Residents Want More Frequent Service (DNA)
    • NYC Isn't the Only Place in the Region With Snowed-In Bus Stops; It's Worse in NJ (WCBS)
    • Red Hook's Abandoned Trolleys, Damaged by Sandy, Donated to Connecticut Museum (DNA, News)

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