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    • Cuomo Defends Raiding Dedicated Transit Funds (Transpo Nation)
    • City Will Remove Father Cap Bike Lane, Replace It With Bus Lane and Parking (Advance)
    • The New Ravitch Plan: Toll Everything, Create Special Tax Districts for Mega-Projects (Times Union)
    • Editorial Boards Love the Secaucus 7 Concept (NYT, News)
    • ... And So Do Big-Time West Side Developers (Crain'sWSJ)
    • ... But the Feds Won't Fund NJ 7 Extension and the MTA Has Other Priorities (News)
    • Michael Daly's Response: Take the PATH, Make New Jersey Jokes (News)
    • The Journal Lays Out the Transit Funding Crisis, Then Calls Out Cuomo For Waffling (1, 2)
    • The Post's Sources Have Nothing But Good Things to Say About Pop-up Cafes
    • Cities Keep Outpacing State as Kingston, NY Passes Aggressive Complete Streets Policy (MTR)
    • New Ped Bridge Planned to Connect Brooklyn Heights to Brooklyn Bridge Park (Post)

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