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    • Charter Commission Puts Term Limits on the Ballot (NYT)
    • Unlicensed Driver Critically Injures 16-Year-Old Cyclist at Webster and 188th (ABC7 via Gothamist)
    • Century-Old LIRR Switching Equipment Catches Fire, Crippling Service (City Room, News, NY1)
    • The High-and-Unlikely Fare Hike Scenario: $130 Monthly Metrocards (News, Post)
    • Soon Motorists Can Try to Beat the Yellow at DUMBO Intersection of Jay and York (Post, Bklyn Paper)
    • City Room Breaks Out More Data From NYCDOT's Ped Safety Report
    • Diaz, Sr.'s Church Lets Diaz, Sr.'s Campaign Car Fleet Park for Free (News)
    • Vornado Dangles $100M to Improve Penn Station as Part of Midtown Skyscraper Bid (Crain's, NYT)
    • MTA Makes Big Bus Purchase From New Flyer (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Bob Diamond Hasn't Given Up on Reviving a Red Hook Trolley (Bklyn Paper)
    • How Can Rail Trails Serve Real Transportation Needs? (MTR)

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