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    • With No State Funding for Capital Program, MTA Board Reconsiders Big Ticket Projects (NY1, SAS)
    • MTA Tow Truck Driver Kills Boy on East Harlem Sidewalk; NYPD: "No Criminality" (Post, WSJ)
    • 85-Year-Old Clinging to Life After Hit-and-Run on First Ave and 84th (Post)
    • News Finds Intersections Where Your Life Is at Risk If You Don't Cross Fast
    • There Are Three on Queens Boulevard Alone (News)
    • State DOT Admits Two-Occupant Cars Don't Belong on SIE Busway... (MTR)
    • ...But Try Telling That to the Motorhead Daily News Editor Who Wrote This
    • City Bus Driver Caught Texting While Driving (NY1)
    • How One Manhattan Curb Cut Threatened to Wreck NYC (NYT)
    • Flushing Ave Bike Lane Almost Finished (Gothamist)

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