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    • Next Fare Hike Could Be 4.5 Times Bigger, Thanks to MTA's Looming Debt Bomb (Reuters)
    • Unlicensed Dump Truck Driver Killed Laurence Renard as She Crossed First Ave. (NewsPost)
    • Drunk Dump Truck Driver Hit 'Nick' Sundarawadu as He Refueled on Side of Road (NewsAdvance)
    • Carl Kruger Keeps Pushing to Ban Pedestrians From Using Headphones, Cell Phones (AP)
    • Zoning Change Will Invigorate Water Street Arcades With Public Seating, Pedestrian Life (Crain's)
    • Bloomberg Draws Boos in Rockaways at Mention of New Bike Lanes (News)
    • Fragile Budgets, Cost-Cutting Prowess Kept Walder and Ward Their Jobs (News, City Room)
    • Diana Reyna-Sponsored Designers Imagine Park Capping BQE in Williamsburg (Architect's Newspaper)
    • Cap'n Transit Explains: Change The Loading Guidelines, Get Service Cuts
    • Truckers Commandeer Bay Ridge Public Space For Private Parking (News)
    • Why Is Half of the PPW Bike Lane Still Not Plowed? (Naparstek)

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