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    • Cash-Strapped MTA to Transit-Dependent New Yorkers: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet (NYT)
    • Public Reacts; Electeds Pose; Board Fires Back at Albany (Post, AMNY, NY1 1, 2, 3, News, Advance)
    • Observer Clocks Effect of Real Estate Tax Freefall
    • Ben Kabak: What Would Robert Van Wyck Think of Today's Rapid Transit Railroad?
    • Don't Look Now, But NJ Transit Hearings Start Today (MTR)
    • Endangering Cyclists "Acceptable" to Brooklyn Heights Church, 84th Precinct (Bklyn Paper)
    • Another Off-Duty Cop Charged With DWI, Leaving Scene; NYPD Says Nothing (News via Gothamist)
    • DOE Renews Contracts With Bribery-Linked Bus Companies (Post)
    • Red Hook Pier to Double as Public Space (Post); Columbia Shows Plans for Inwood Waterfront (NY1)
    • Straphangers No More: Roosevelt Island Tram Goes Leather-Free (AMNY)

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