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8:57 AM EDT on July 25, 2014

    • There's a $12 Billion Shortfall in the Next MTA Capital Plan (Crain'sCapTonCapNY)
    • The Times Looks at Traffic Safety in the Wake of Vigil for Jean Chambers
    • Bicyclist Critically Injured by MTA Bus Driver at 62nd and Madison (DNA, Post, Gothamist)
    • Cap'n Transit: Turn a Car Lane on the Brooklyn Bridge Into a Two-Way Bike Lane
    • Bill From Kallos and Brewer Would Codify CB Notification of Yet More DOT Work (News)
    • Five-Week G Train Shutdown Begins Tonight as G'Point Ferry Awaits Repairs (NYT, Bklyn Paper)
    • Greenfield Fights for More Parking in Midwood Office and Retail Development (Bklyn News Corp)
    • Meanwhile, on the UWS: Parking Garage Set to Be Demolished for Condominiums (Real Deal)
    • Hell's Kitchen Residents Fed Up With Illegal "Jersey Jitney" Buses on Street (DNA)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas on Bus Terminal Fixes: "Insulting to Pigs to Say This Is Putting Lipstick On a Pig"
    • The Most Press Attention Ever for a Wrong-Way Cycling Ticket (NYT, Post, WCBS)

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