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    • Move NY Unveils Final Version of Its Toll Reform Plan (NYT, Capital, News)
    • Gothamist, 2nd Ave Sagas, News, Bike Snob Look at TWU's Reaction to Right of Way Charges
    • Cuomo- and Christie-Led Port Reforms Have Stalled After Commissioners Refuse to Resign (WSJ)
    • Post Fawns Over Uber While News Demands More Accountability
    • Gripes About Alternate Side Parking? The Post Is All Over It
    • Parking Lots, Including a City-Owned Garage, Set for Development in Jamaica (Queens Courier)
    • Sheepshead Bay Ped Bridge to Be Closed More Than Two Months for Repairs (Sheepshead Bites)
    • The Lawsuit Against the Petrosino Square Bike-Share Station Lives On (A Walk In the Park)
    • Kallos: UES Bike-Share Siting Boils Down to What "Won't Be as Bad as Another Location?" (DNA)
    • Some People Don't Pay Before Boarding an SBS Bus, and Marcia Kramer Is On It (WCBS)
    • The Last Place Andrew Cuomo Lived in NYC Was About as Far From Transit as You Can Get (Curbed)

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