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    • Walder: Layoffs "Just the Beginning" of MTA Overhaul; TWU Balks at Pay Freeze (News, AMNY)
    • Suspect in Erinn Phelan Hit-and-Run Found, Says Sister Was Driving (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
    • Man Who Stole Idling Car and Killed Two Pedestrians in Middle Village Gets 7.5 to 15 Years (NY1)
    • DMV Employees Arrested for Selling Fake Licenses (WNYC, Post)
    • City Room Consults BicyclesOnly on Garage Compliance
    • In 1896, Bedford Ave. Didn't Need a Bike Lane (Gothamist)
    • Property Owners Say City Plan Will Bring More Traffic to Willets Point (Crain's)
    • "Queens Parking Crunch," No. 6: What's Wrong With This Picture? (News)
    • Ferry Service From Rockaways to Manhattan Will End in March (News, City Room)
    • Transport Politic Sees Opportunities to Better Transit in Southeast Queens
    • New Guide Advises Cities on How, and How Much, to Charge for Parking (Planetizen)

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