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TN MOVING STORIES: NYC Cabbies Protest Outer-Borough Livery Cab Proposal -- Arlington Prepares for Transit Revitalization -- Win The Stanley Cup, Set Transit Ri

Saturday, June 18, 2011 - 08:50 PM

Artist rendering of the Columbia Pike Transit Initiative (photo courtesy of WMATA)

Opinions are mixed over Arlington's Columbia Pike, a planned streetcar corridor. (WAMU)

Mayor Bloomberg's outer borough livery cab street hail plan goes to Albany. (Wall Street Journal)

Meanwhile, NYC cabbies are protesting that plan. (AM NY)

NJ Governor Christie's Energy Master Plan draft "barely mentions transportation," according to a columnist. (Times of Trenton)

Both Illinois senators are pushing opposing agendas over public-private partnerships for transportation. (Chicago Tribune)

Adults can learn to ride bikes, too. (New York Times)

A guest columnist in the New York Daily News -- who lost her husband in a car-on-bike collision -- writes that the city's bike lanes are "vital and corrective" and will save lives.

According to one journalist, entertainment on the NYC subway is "a combination of 'America's Got Talent,' 'The Gong Show', and 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.'" (NY Daily News)

Win the Stanley Cup, set transit ridership records. (WCVB - Boston)

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