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    • Future of MTA Fare Payment: Contactless Credit Cards, Variable Rates (News)
    • Northeast Corridor Wins $800M of Florida's Rejected High-Speed Rail Money (WSJAP)
    • Comptroller's Office Announces More MTA Operating Deficits, Calls for "Reform" (CapTon)
    • Drunk Tour Bus Driver Kills Pedestrian, Drags Him Dozens Of Feet (NYT, Post)
    • Driver Slams Into Midwood Bagel Shop, Seriously Injures Two Pedestrians, No Charges Expected (News)
    • Tour Bus Driver With 16 License Suspensions Leads Police on High Speed Chase (News)
    • The Post Has Already Decided That New Yorkers Don't Want Bike-Share...
    • ... And on Same Day, Runs Yet Another Editorial Blasting the Plaza Program
    • DCP to Rezone Brooklyn's Fourth Ave to Promote Ground Floor Retail, Not Parking (Patch)
    • NYPD Promotes Larger No-Parking Zone on Lower East Side to Cut Late-Night Traffic (Post)
    • Schumer Wants to Bring Hassle and Costs of Airport Security to Amtrak (Post)
    • PATH Train Hits Platform, Injures 34 (News)

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