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    • Downtown Express: Chatham Square Re-Design Has Promise
    • Bronx Bus Riders Love New Three-Door Model (News)
    • L Line's Capacity-Boosting New Signal System Is Ready to Go (News, NY1)
    • Traffic Down at MTA Toll Crossings (Post)
    • Cap'n Transit Maps Out Strategies to Make Transit More Financially Independent
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