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    • Q Poll: NYC Divided on Fair Toll Plan, 41%-49%, Without Mention of Transit Revenue (CapNY)
    • Business Owners Afraid of New Street Design Get Queens CB 9 to Table DOT Vision Zero Plan (QChron)
    • Dan Doctoroff Won't Give Up On His Olympic Dreams (Crain's, CapNY)
    • EDF NY Director Criticizes De Blasio Housing Plan for Not Being Green, Ignores Parking (Crain's)
    • Ulrich, Addabo, Goldfeder Join PS 232 Parents Calling for Safety Fixes From DOT (Q Chron)
    • CB 1 Supports Flushing Avenue Bike Route Consisting Mostly of Shared Lanes (Bklyn Paper, DNA)
    • CB 8's General Board Supports Franklin Avenue Road Diet and Bike Lane; Next Up: CB 9 (DNA)
    • Bronx CB 8 Resolution Supports Greenway, But Not the On-Street Sections (Riverdale Press)
    • Ticket Blitz in Rego Park and Forest Hills (DNA); NYPD Launches Another One Citywide (Advance)
    • SEC Probes Port Spending on NJ State Road Projects (Record); Christie Not Worried (LAT)

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