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    • Outgoing NYCT Chief: Transit System Has Only a Fraction of the Funding It Needs (AMNY)
    • What's Better for South Bronx -- Waterfront Access or Longer Deegan Exit Ramp? (News)
    • Bus Driver Who Killed Seth Kahn Had Been Disciplined for Texting (News)
    • Note to NYC Wannabe Boulevards: Sidewalks on the Champs Elysees Are 30 Feet Wide (City Room)
    • After Kicking and Screaming, Cabbies Reap Rewards From Credit Card Fare Payment (NYT)
    • Two Injured in Greenpoint Car Wreck After Cell Phone Ring Distracts Driver (Post)
    • A Ride Home on the B63: One Hour, 10 Minutes to Travel Six Miles (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Where Are the World's Most Dangerous Roads? (How We Drive)
    • WalkScore Adds Transit Data, Becomes a Bigger Selling Point for Real Estate Reps (Switchboard)
    • The Tony Seminerio Trial: Albany Corruption Caught on Tape (Voice)

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