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8:49 AM EDT on September 29, 2014

    • Prendergast Doesn't Rule Out Road Pricing to Fund Capital Program (Poughkeepsie Journal)
    • The MTA Needs to Get Its Construction Costs Under Control (YIMBY)
    • Can P3s Prevent Cost Overruns on MTA Capital Projects? (News)
    • Don't Expect Any Fare Hike Hearings Before Election Day (Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers Killed Two Men in Separate Crashes on Sunday (PostNews, DNA)
    • The Times Breaks Out Its Radar Gun to Clock Central Park Cyclists -- There's Video
    • Cost and Financial Plan for New TZB Still a Black Box (WNYC, Capital)
    • Bloomberg to Announce Major Philanthropic Push to Cut Traffic Deaths in Developing World Cities (WSJ)
    • Why Doesn't Staten Island Get More MTA Investment? Ask Staten Island Pols (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Gelinas: Newly Unionized Citi Bike Workers Are in a Precarious Position (Post)
    • What You Should Do If You're Struck By a Driver While Biking (Gothamist)

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