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    • Pols Pledge to Step Up With $214M for Student MetroCards (News)
    • Staten Island Express Buses Could Be on the Block (NY1)
    • Second Ave Sagas: There's a Method to Seeming Madness of MTA Service Cuts
    • DMI's John Petro: Road Pricing or Hobbled Transit System? It's Up to Albany. (HuffPo)
    • Paterson Budget Would Fold Empire State Development Corp. Into New Agency (Times Union)
    • Race On for Council Spot as "Mr. Comptroller" Deputizes Simcha Felder (Gothamist, Bklyn Eagle)
    • Senate Panel Recommends Expulsion or Censure of Convict Monserrate (NYT)
    • Anthony Weiner Finds His Cause: Diplomats With Unpaid Parking Tickets (City Room)
    • Cyclist Killed on Delancey Street Identified as 35-Year-Old Fuen Bai (DNAinfo via Gothamist)
    • Pedestrian Critical After Collision in Hollis Hills; Driver Blames Sun; No Charges (NY1)
    • FocusDriven, New Group Modeled on MADD, Takes on Distracted Driving (Bits, NY1)

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