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    • After Delaying Speed Cam Vote, Cuomo Says Albany Will Pass Bill "Shortly" (News, CapNY, WNYC)
    • NYU Report Criticizes Port Authority for Focus on Non-Transpo Work, Governors' Pet Projects (NYT)
    • Port Fixes: Reform Needed, But It's Unlikely to Be Christie's Breakup Idea (WSJ, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Schumer Amendment Would Allow Employers to Offer Bike-Share as Commuter Benefit (WNYC)
    • Bratton Shakeup Affects Upper Manhattan Precincts, Many Awaiting New Commanders (News)
    • Next Up After R Tunnel Reopens: A/C and F to Brooklyn Set for Sandy Closures (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Hotel to Replace Two-Story Parking Garage on West 36th Street (Observer)
    • Spring Has Sprung for Bike Mechanics Seeing Seasonal Upswing in Business (NY1)
    • East River Ferry One-Way Weekend Fare Increases to $6 (Gothamist)
    • Gothamist Reads the Post Letters to the Editor on Bike-Share for the LOLz
    • Rest in Peace, Steve Faust (News)

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